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Tampa Bay Funders Forum Luncheon - March 2013

March 14, 2013
11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Centre Club
Eighth Floor (Bayview I Room)
123 South Westshore Boulevard
Tampa, FL 33609
(813) 344-5450
(map)

Audience: Staff and board members of grantmaking organizations in the Tampa Bay region, including family foundations, private independent foundations, community foundations, public charity grantmakers, and corporate foundations and giving programs. 
Cost: $35 for FPN members; $50 for nonmember grantmakers.
To Register: Register Online - Please pre-register for the luncheon!


Join your Tampa Bay grantmaking colleagues for Part II of the discussion started at out last convening in January. We will have an engaging conversation to move forward in understanding the role of funders in this most fundamental issue of poverty in Tampa Bay.

Each of our guests represents a different type of engagement in the discussion of poverty in our community. Stephanie Wiendl from The Junior League of Tampa will discuss the Bridges Out of Poverty model and report on their community training with Ruby Paine. The efforts of the Junior League may be seen as focused on Issue Education and Advocacy. Pat Rogers, Chair of the Tampa Bay Network to End Hunger, will update us on the mapping as well as the structure and progress of the cooperative that has been formed to try to address this complex issue. The Network is focused on Data and Action. Dan Jurman from the University Area CDC will continue to discuss how his organization is tackling poverty in the University Area Community, which is one of the most poverty-stricken areas of the region. Their work is really about Community Based System Change.

Save the Date!

Mark your calendars for the final Tampa Bay Funders Forum meeting for the 2012-2013 season (11:30 am-1:00 pm at the Centre Club):

> May 9, 2013


Questions?

> For questions on registration and logistics, please contact Carla Batts, 813-983-7399.
> For questions on the program, please contact Maggie Osborn, 813-983-7397.


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