Interested in attending The Exchange 2019? The theme is Shaping the Future Together: Philanthropy as Change Catalyst.
The CEP Conference is a can’t-miss event for philanthropic leaders to come together, learn, and leave with resources and inspiration to help their organizations maximize their effectiveness. The conference is open only to foundation senior leaders, trustees, and donors, and space is limited to 500 attendees.
The momentum is building towards a culture of completion. Across Florida, education and community leaders are investing in promising practices that put students first. Join us for 2 days of inspiration with leaders who change lives!
In an era of hashtag philanthropy, we are reminded that our work must reflect the society in which we want to live. The pace of change is as varied as the neighborhoods in which we live, but it starts with a spark – an idea, an action, a connection – when our mission and values intersect with our communities. Throughout history, these sparks have fueled collaboration, leadership and inclusion as grantmakers work toward informed and equitable change in a field that, by definition, practices love of humanity. As the largest gathering of grantmakers in our state, the annual FPN Summit offers a unique opportunity for sponsors to reach a diverse audience from varying organizations while helping to build philanthropy to build a better Florida.
The Minnesota Council on Foundations is excited to host a Foundation Delegation to the World Conference on Remedies to Racial and Ethnic Economic Inequality – Held in Vitória, Brazil. This delegation is being convened to help foundation leaders identify new strategies to eliminate racial and ethnic economic inequality through their grantmaking. Delegates will have access to the world’s foremost experts from academia, government, think tanks and NGO’s, and will participate in broad and deliberate discussions to create equitable change.
The 2018 FCAN Summit features four general sessions and 30 breakout sessions. More than 50 speakers will highlight latest developments in college access, postsecondary success, college affordability, career readiness and workforce development, data and measurement, and collective impact.