Join us for the official national launch of the "Get on the Map" campaign! Twenty regions across the Forum network will be kicking off their own campaigns to capture and harness grants data from funders in their region.More »
Much talk about foundation transparency has focused on communicating basic information, such as a foundation’s financial. However, Research from CEP shows this is not what grantees most want to know about their foundation funders.More »
FSG Managing Director John Kania will lead a discussion among funder CEOs on Systems Leadership at the CEO Roundtable breakfast.More »
Hear the story of how one mid-sized family foundation created a new theory of change for its own grantmaking and shifted from a more traditional giving approach to a highly targeted social investing strategy.More »
This second Thursday monthly webinar series is scheduled to help guide any funders interested in getting on the map. We will walk through instructions for sharing all the necessary grants data to make your regional map come to life. The “Get on the Map” campaign—a partnership of the Forum NetworkMore »
Explore the motivation, interests and needs of donors, with tips on ways to invite them in, and build philanthropy partnerships.More »
The goal of this workshop is to prepare participants to write competitive federal proposals.More »
During this program, we will discuss how some of these issues manifest locally in Boston and identify some innovative and effective programs here in Boston that are changing the lives of men & boys of color, making sure they grow up healthy and have meaningful opporunities in life.More »
Discuss what grant makers want, and learn a step-by-step guide to crafting a proposal. Emerge with practical tips and tricks that will maximize your grant-writing efforts.More »
A picture is worth a thousand words and increasingly a well-designed film can catalyze impact far beyond the investment required to produce it. From the Deepwater Horizon oil spill to the privacy issues raised by Edward Snowden to Jewish-Palestinian relationships, learn how donor families are...More »
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