The idea of resiliency in our work is not new, but has taken on new importance. Grantmakers work with grantees to ensure that they are resilient; funding with the goal of allowing partners to be flexible, but to be successful with their mission through challenges both large and small.
We now find ourselves at a crossroads where the idea of returning to the structures of our work after adversity will not suffice. To best support our partners, we must reimagine not what that return to form will look like, but the vision of the new ways in which we will operate. What are the new tools, resources and modalities that we will need to provide an equitable, sustainable version of philanthropy that better serves Florida and its citizens?
Florida Philanthropic Network is Florida’s only philanthropic leadership organization serving Florida grantmakers exclusively and serves as the voice of the sector. Through FPN, nearly 700 foundation leaders and grantmaking professionals are connected to explore foundation-specific issues, improve practices and address policy issues. Our FPN members work alongside business, government and nonprofit sectors to promote the best interest of Floridians and build philanthropy for a better Florida.
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2020 was a difficult year - storm and wildfire disasters, global pandemic, community unrest, economic distress - no communities or companies were left untouched by these challenges. Often, businesses are on the front lines with expertise, resources, and human capital to help their neighbors heal. Join the Center for Disaster Philanthropy and colleagues from across the country to discuss how your company's philanthropy can have the greatest impact during a time of crisis.
FPN's Education Affinity Group (EAG) is comprised of FPN members who share an interest in supporting education issues, organizations and needs in Florida.
The EAG meets bimonthly to learn from each other, work together to improve the state's education outcomes and be a voice for Florida philanthropy on key education policy issues.
Businesses large and small are critical partners as the world continues to heal from the global pandemic and its economic impacts. The field of corporate philanthropy will shift and adapt to make the most of limited resources of human and financial capital to help communities in their back yard and beyond. Maureen Flynn from Changing Our World - a consulting company dedicated to helping the private sector act as a force for public good - will join us along with other CSR executives from across the country to talk about how this work continues to evolve to meet community need.
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