The Forum encourages all PSOs to reach out this week to your Members of Congress and share a letter urging them to include nonprofits in COVID-19 related stimulus legislation.
I am writing to thank you for the opportunity to serve as your President & CEO for these past three-plus years, and to announce I am transitioning from FPN at the end of March.
Philanthropy can serve as a trusted resource for actionable communications that lead with empathy and support grantees to prevent the spread of disease, preserve well-being, maintain social cohesion, and respond to economic hardship.
Florida Blue has partnered with New Directions Behavioral Health to offer a free bilingual helpline to assist all Floridians with the stress they may feel during the COVID-19 health crisis.
As governments, businesses, and individuals scramble to respond to the threat of a COVID-19 pandemic, those of us who work in the social sector rightly ask what we can do to effectively contribute.
Emerging Leader Nan O'Kelley of the Community Foundation of North Florida shares what drives her and takeaways from #2018FPN.
David Biemesderfer, President and CEO of United Philanthropy Forum, issued the linked statement after Commerce Secretary Ross this week approved the inclusion of an untested question on citizenship status in his 2020 census questions submission to Congress.
The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida's Emmanuel Fortune shares his takeaways from #2018FPN, including a common sense understanding of what climate change looks like in marginalized communities and the detrimental effects it has on quality of life. -- with NAACP, The CLEO Institute, The Kresge Foundation.
#2018FPN Presenter and Emerging Leader Tessa LeSage of Southwest Florida Community Foundation shares what drives her and takeaways from #2018FPN.
The topics were many, but the themes were the same from my perspective: Real change requires collective action; and, powered by passion, philanthropy is a necessary and important voice at the table when addressing local, regional, state, national, and global challenges.
Florida has the fourth largest immigrant population in the country. Immigrants and refugees are an integral part of our communities and contribute significantly to Florida’s culture and economy. Join FPN and Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees (GCIR) for the Florida Funders' Tour this April.