Join fellow EAG members for our fall meeting in Orlando! Throughout the day, funders will work to address the issues facing today’s students, share goals and guidelines for meeting those challenges, and provide a forum for learning and sharing experiences.
PRESENTER: Pedro Hernandez; Office of Student Financial Assistance, Outreach Services; Florida Dept. of Education
You are invited to a Funder and Nonprofit Census Convening on September 12 in Orlando. The purpose of the convening is to mobilize the Florida philanthropic and nonprofit communities in support of the 2020 Census in Florida.
PRESENTER: Daniel Barkowitz, Assistant Vice President, Financial Aid and Veterans’ Affairs, Valencia College
For decades, southern based efforts working to support LGBTQ communities have been under-resourced and under valued by funders. In recent years, we have seen a promising increase in support for LGBTQ work in the South.
This Zoom discussion, hosted in partnership with the Florida Housing Coalition, will discuss the good, bad & ugly of Opportunity Zones.
How will Census 2020 impact Florida’s health funders?
Join the Nonprofit Center of Northeast Florida for Nonprofit Works 2019: Cultivate Change. When you cultivate something, you work to enrich it, make it better, help it thrive.
Join fellow EAG members for our summer meeting! Throughout the day, we will work to address the issues facing today’s students, share goals and guidelines for meeting those challenges, and provide a forum for learning and sharing experiences.
FCYO is excited to hold it's third regional briefing on June 4, 2019 in Atlanta, GA.
Interested in attending The Exchange 2019? The theme is Shaping the Future Together: Philanthropy as Change Catalyst.
Join the Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties, Florida Nonprofit Alliance, Florida’s Philanthropic Network, and members from the U.S.
As a funder interested in education issues in Florida, we are excited to invite you to a workshop on ways that Florida’s foundations can use all their forms of capital (not just financial) to address systemic barriers that are holding back the edu
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!
Our Next Session in the Ask an Expert Series: Proven Practices for Scholarship Providers with Daniel Barkowitz.