List of FEMA Liaisons and their geographic assignments. FPN members should feel free to reach out with any questions and/or to connect on Hurricane Irma Disaster Response. Some of them have already made some great connections and are working very collaboratively.
As a benefit of FPN membership, you can view the latest salary report for all Florida foundations, as well as separate reports breaking out Florida community foundation and Florida private foundation salary data. The data for these reports come from the 2016 Grantmakers Salary and Benefits Survey, which is an annual initiative of the Council on Foundations conducted in partnership with the Foundation Center.
Florida Philanthropic Network, a member of the Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers, in association with Center for Disaster Philanthropy have launched a new resource that will transform the way philanthropy responds to disasters. The Disaster Philanthropy Playbook is now available to all those who seek to help communities prepare for, withstand, and recover from major disasters. The Playbook includes a compilation of philanthropic strategies, best practices, and lessons learned that have saved and galvanized local economies, nonprofits, and vulnerable populations from entering into a permanent downward spiral in the wake of a disaster.
As a benefit of FPN membership, you can view the latest salary report for all Florida foundations, as well as separate reports breaking out Florida community foundation and Florida private foundation salary data. The data for these reports come from the 2015 Grantmakers Salary and Benefits Survey, which is an annual initiative of the Council on Foundations conducted in partnership with the Foundation Center.
Giving by Florida’s foundations reached a record-high $1.5 billion in 2013, increasing 15 percent from the previous year and 50 percent over a 10-year period, according to a new report by Florida Philanthropic Network, Florida’s statewide association of grantmakers. When adding in giving by individual Floridians, charitable giving in Florida totaled $16.3 billion.
This position paper details the support of Florida Philanthropic Network, through our Education Funders Affinity Group, for establishing a statewide goal to have 60% of working-age Floridians possess post-secondary degrees or certifications by the year 2025. The paper also outlines FPN's support for related policies that can help achieve this goal.
Florida Philanthropic Network's 2013-2015 Strategic Plan outlines four goals of ensuring FPN's leadership voice in Florida's policy decisions, advancing the common good by increasing philanthropy's effectiveness, nurturing a diverse membership committed to FPN's mission, and increasing FPN's financial strength and capacity.
This report offers succession planning through leadership development an alternative to the status quo. Instead of expecting new leaders to rise to the occasion, this report proposes that, when leadership opportunities arise, organizations should dedicate resources, human and financial, to developing the talent pipeline and proactively, openly discussing succession plans at all levels of leadership, not simply the CEO/Executive Director role.
This checklist of essential age-friendly city features is based on the results of the WHO Global Age-Friendly Cities project consultation in 33 cities in 22 countries. The checklist is a tool for a city’s self-assessment and a map for charting progress. More detailed checklists of age-friendly city features are to be found in the WHO Global Age-Friendly Cities Guide.
Click below to review FPN's Form 990s from previous years.