Community Foundation Events

Upcoming Events

This is a funders-only meeting to share what funders have learned from their investments in veterans transition and the continuing challenges veterans and their families face as they return to civilian life after military service.
This monthly call is for community foundation staff to connect with the National Standards staff and to ask questions related to the National Standards program.
This webinar will explore what the legislative outlook for the 116th Congress looks like in light of the outcomes of the 2018 midterm elections.
California College Pathways: A Case Study on How Strategic Philanthropy Leads to Systematic Change
Learn How to Make Budgeted Dollars Stretch When Planning the Next Event For Your Community Foundation.
Join us on November 20, at 2:00 p.m. E.T. to learn about how you can be prepared for unrelated business income tax (UBIT) changes in advance!
Hear how community foundations serve as catalysts to drive entrepreneurship within their communities and can in turn become more entrepreneurial to increase their own value proposition.
The Council on Foundations is excited to honor the 2018 winners of the Distinguished Service Award, the Robert W. Scrivner Award for Creative Grantmaking, the Wilmer Shields Rich Award for Excellence in Communications and the Chapman Prize, at an event in Washington, DC.
Council on Foundations and National League of Cities will convene three conversations across the United States on racial equity. With support from the Lumina Foundation, philanthropic and government leaders will come together to raise awareness about the social impact of structural racism while highlighting current efforts to dissolve and resolve racial conflict and disparity. Elected and appointed city, county, and state officials will join philanthropists in a panel discussion to identify how philanthropy and government can take actions that confront and dismantle structural racism.
A well-trained staff and an informed board are critical to the success of community foundations in our fast-changing world. This two-day course helps new and experienced foundation stakeholders build the essential skills they need to balance governance and management.
Leading Together 2019 is a gathering of leaders in philanthropy and other influencers in business, government, and academia eager to connect, learn, and share with one another. We take learning and relationships seriously. Talks go deep and connect dots. Connections are welcomed and real.
Reserve September 11-12, 2019 for the premier convening for human resource leads of foundations to learn about trending topics, network, and gain valuable insight into complex HR issues. We are excited to welcome you to Atlanta for our fifth year!

Past Events

Community Foundation Week (#CFWeek) is a prime opportunity to highlight the critical role of community philanthropy in supporting a thriving local community.
Council on Foundations and National League of Cities will convene three conversations across the United States on racial equity. With support from the Lumina Foundation, philanthropic and government leaders will come together to raise awareness about the social impact of structural racism while highlighting current efforts to dissolve and resolve racial conflict and disparity. Elected and appointed city, county, and state officials will join philanthropists in a panel discussion to identify how philanthropy and government can take actions that confront and dismantle structural racism.
Is Your Community Foundation Ready to Share Your Story This #CFWeek?
What do Opportunity Zones mean for foundations and philanthropy?
Council on Foundations and National League of Cities will convene three conversations across the United States on racial equity. With support from the Lumina Foundation, philanthropic and government leaders will come together to raise awareness about the social impact of structural racism while highlighting current efforts to dissolve and resolve racial conflict and disparity. Elected and appointed city, county, and state officials will join philanthropists in a panel discussion to identify how philanthropy and government can take actions that confront and dismantle structural racism.