A 12-month leadership program that prepares candidates from diverse backgrounds to compete for and earn positions as philanthropic leaders.
Developed in conjunction with Indiana University's Center on Philanthropy, these courses help community foundation staff, board members and volunteers master the unique aspects of the community foundation field.
The Council's award programs were established to recognize excellence in philanthropy and honor exemplary leaders for their dedication in uplifting the sector.
The Council is actively working to build connections among U.S. and global foundations that are addressing problems and advancing change around the world.
The Council is participating in the conversation about unlocking new capital for social good.
Corporate philanthropy has an opportunity to redefine the purpose and value for corporate foundations and giving programs.
Developed in the spirit of accountability, transparency, and continuous self-improvement, National Standards for U.S. Community Foundation are philanthropy's most rigorous standards—evidence that community foundations seek excellence for their communities and donors.
How can we engage with businesses and public sector officials in identifying strategies that would lead to significant positive impact on the workforce participation of people with disabilities?
Foundations often play an essential role in disaster relief and recovery. Not only do foundations provide grants and help raise money, they also use their experience and expertise to help civic leaders and responders distribute aid and rebuild communities.
Nonprofit media groups are organizations that seek 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status as public charities. These diverse organizations serve a valuable role in educating citizens through in-depth investigative reporting in order to elevate important social topics, particularly at the local level.
Over the long term, the Council will be working to solidify a national leadership role for the philanthropic sector in this emergent national priority.
Youth and young adults are engaging with each other and their communities in many different and new ways that affect their philanthropic activities.