Join Nick and NCFP board members as they share reflections, discuss the future direction of the field and how we can position our community of giving families for even greater success in the years to come.
This discussion featuring the DR Fund’s Executive Director and two generations of family leadership will explore the strategies, lessons learned, and future vision of this iconic philanthropic family.
In this webinar, participants will hear from leaders of family foundations that have embraced trust-based approaches, how these practices align with each family’s legacy and values, and what it looks like when foundation CEOs and family trustees collaborate to build a culture of trust.
In this webinar the different approaches to supporting advocacy goals and the role that family legacy, responsiveness, and evaluation play in this work will be discussed.
In this webinar, you will hear how foundations have designed their retreats and meeting agendas, activities for next gen engagement, and how to facilitate productive conversations.
Please join family funders for a discussion that will explore a number of important considerations, including when, and how to introduce the concept of giving to your family, and how to promote formal engagement in the family philanthropy.
Join panelists for a discussion on framing responses to address the wide-ranging implications of the crisis, embedding an understanding of structural racism in long-term strategy, and how to put equity at the center of COVID-19 relief.
Participate in this conversation around short- and long-term funding options and a broad discussion of how to support resiliency in the nonprofit sector and our grantee communities.
In this webinar, hear how funders and intermediary organizations can best work alongside one another to drive impact, discuss the benefits and challenges of effective collaboration, and hear examples from a range of philanthropic partners that have used their voice to drive significant collaborations.
Discuss how donors and family foundations can balance the desire to meet the increased need of grantees in the near term with the reality of shrinking assets.