The Patterson Foundation and Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy invite you to a virtual program on on-campus and virtual masters degree in philanthropic studies.
EPIP is a national network of foundation professionals, social entrepreneurs and other change makers who strive for excellence in the practice of philanthropy. EPIP Florida will be EPIP’s newest chapter and FPN’s newest affinity group.
lf you are an emerging leader in Florida's philanthropy sector, join us for our third annual Emerging Leaders in Philanthropy Dinner, which will be an opportunity to connect with your Florida colleagues to discuss critical issues in the field and pressing needs for the field's new leaders. The dinner's featured speaker will be Trabian Shorters, founder and CEO of BMe, Inc.
In 2015, The Bay Area Justice Funders Network introduced, “The Choir Book: A Framework for Social Justice Philanthropy,” from content curated through literature reviews, interviews, and a generative process that engaged both movement leaders and grantmakers to create a complete guide for effective social justice philanthropy.
Florida Philanthropic Network has partnered with Independent Sector to disseminate a co-branded version of the Principles for Good Governance and Ethical Practice as a means to provide a strong guide for private foundations and public charities that aspire to high standards of governance and ethical practice.
Thanks to our colleagues at the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy for this resource.
Private independent and family foundations make grants based on charitable endowments. They generally do not actively raise funds or seek public financial support, since they have endowments from which to make grants.
In a series of four podcasts, GrantCraft explores the values, motivations, and stories of the up-and-coming generation of philanthropists.
Good in Theory, Problems in Practice presents young professionals' views on popular leadership development strategies and recommendations for funders, emerging leaders and nonprofits.
For her work in establishing the Jessie Ball duPont Center, Sherry Magill is the winner of the EVE Award in employment. Magill is president of the Jessie Ball duPont Fund, a private foundation that annually awards about 300 grants totaling around $13 million to organizations across the United States.
As had been done in downtown Wilmington, Del., Magill was interested in bringing as many nonprofits as possible under one roof for financial reasons. Couple that with a desire to reduce energy costs, restore a community landmark and help revitalize downtown.
“I have a passion for downtown Jacksonville,” she said. “I saw it as an opportunity ready to explode.”
The Jessie Ball duPont Center opened in June 2015 and houses 15 nonprofits.
Education Funders Affinity Group Consultant Bill Hoffman examines how funders can work together to affect policy without lobbying.