Career Pathways Cohort, Brian Dixon shares his vision on the Future of Philanthropy
The Council hosted a funders-only webinar with the Democracy Funders 2020 Census Subgroup to talk about the national philanthropy strategy to ensure an accurate count on the 2020 census.
Sharnita Johnson shares her journey to leadership in philanthropy and participation in the 2019 Career Pathways cohort.
"Have a great day and let your sun shine!" These are my departing words for my 8-year-old daughter every morning at drop off. It’s my rally cry hoping she unleashes her true self on the world (well, ok, her second-grade classroom) in everything she does.
The Standard is a 40 hour program of online learning designed to give participants a thorough introduction to the process of fundraising and get them started on their first fundraising campaign. It provides an introduction to the nonprofit sector and its associated fundraising ethics, before taking the lid off what we know about giving (who gives and why). You'll receive a thorough grounding in the science and practice of communication design and how to raise substantively more money simply by avoiding common errors that nonprofits typically make and focusing on donor satisfaction and wellbeing.
Lee Bynum discusses philanthropy and participation in the 2019 Career Pathways cohort.
Explore the critical learning journey for community foundation professionals in today's context of offerings and identify what you need to know.
The goal of his conversation is for community foundation leaders to explore their role in helping leaders, regardless of sector, build the collaborative capacity they need to address community-wide challenges and opportunities.
Join Karon Harden as she discusses Career Pathways, the Council's flagship leadership program, with alumni and hear how the program has helped them in the year since their graduation.