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Nov
16

Using The “What’s Next For Community Philanthropy?” Toolkit

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In 2014, the Monitor Institute released “What’s Next for Community Philanthropy,” a toolkit of flexible materials designed to help boards, staff teams and communities think about our changing environment and how it will affect philanthropy. Join us to hear examples from your peers and develop your own thoughts about how you can use this wonderful free resource.
Part of the Tri-State Community Foundation Partnership 2016 Series

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Nov
10

Introduction to College Access & Success Initiative

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Florida Philanthropic Network is proud to announce a new opportunity for Community Foundations of Florida (CFF) members as part of a partnership with Helios Education Foundation and The Kresge Foundation. With their support, FPN is launching College Access & Success Initiative, a new, two-year grant-funded project that builds on the success of the Florida College Access Network (FCAN) and its mission to create and strengthen a statewide network that catalyzes and supports communities to improve college & career preparation, access and completion for all students.

Join FPN President & CEO Stacy Carlson, Ph.D., Community Foundations Consultant Donnell Mersereau and FCAN Executive Director Laurie Meggesin to learn more about the College Access & Success Initiative.

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Oct
20

NCFP Spark session: The community foundation’s role among a family’s professional advisors

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Most philanthropic families use multiple vehicles and a range of professional advisors to realize their mission and goals – including partnering with community foundations. How should a community foundation understand its role within that “team” of support? What are ways that community foundations add unique value and expertise in this mix? On this Spark Session, hear examples of where strategic coordination results in better results and positive ongoing relationships between and across these important players in a family’s philanthropy.

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Oct
12

End of Year Resolution: Stand Out in the Crowd!

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The end of the calendar year inspires charitable giving, as evidenced by the stacks of solicitations that arrive in our mailboxes. And most of us approach the inevitable appeal in the same way (usually hurriedly, as if taken by surprise or perfunctorily, as if merely an obligation). But what if we were to look at it with fresh eyes?
Part of the Tri-State Community Foundation Partnership 2016 Series

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Oct
05

CFF Donor Services & Donor Development Fall Workshop

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Tampa Bay History Center

As donor intent evolves and increasing new ways of giving are introduced, how are Florida community foundations adapting their approach to endowments and second generation donors?  How can community research impact donor intent? Join Community Foundations of Florida for our Fall workshop directed at donor services and donor development staff of community foundations to explore emerging trends and strengthen your practical skills and resources.

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Sep
14

Human Resources: Are You Legal? The Basics You Need to Know

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This session breaks down human resources into legal basics that are easy to understand and tips that are simple to implement. Explore policy manual requirements, discuss how often to update your policies and learn how to effectively and consistently administer those policies.
Part of the Tri-State Community Foundation Partnership 2016 Series

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Jul
21

NCFP Spark session: Partnerships between family donors and community foundations beyond the advised fund

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This program is part of the Spark Session series under NCFP’s Community Foundations Family Philanthropy Network. The series is designed for community foundations to exchange practical advice, tools, and tips from peers on aspects of their family philanthropy engagement. In one hour, this content-rich webinar feature peer case study examples and will allow attendees to delve deeper through an open facilitated dialogue.

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Jun
15

Accounting: What Community Foundation Staff and Boards Need to Know

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Join three accounting experts for a non-technical look at some of the most basic but important accounting concepts such as donor restrictions, agency funds, and split interest agreements. Leave with an understanding of these concepts and how they affect your community foundation.
Part of the Tri-State Community Foundation Partnership 2016 Series

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Jun
08 - 09

Community Foundations of Florida 2016 Summer Meeting

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Bohemian Hotel Celebration

The 2016 Summer CFF meeting is intended for community foundation CEOs and for staff members of all types - including finance and administration, communications, donor engagement/donor services and program/community investment.

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May
11

Fear Not The Board Meeting: Effective (And Fun!) Board Governance

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Webinar

Explore easy-to-use tools and share tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your board meetings. Discuss a unique approach to board self-reflection -- including the possibility of unintended consequences -- and explore how to use standing committees as a means to maximize board engagement. Bring your nagging board issues and success stories to share.
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