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Join us for Foundations on the Hill (FOTH), a two-day event for foundation executives and staff, board members and philanthropic leaders to meet with their federal lawmakers in Washington.

Audience: All Funders

Our learning journey on how philanthropy’s impact is impeded by racism continues with this last, in a series of four facilitated conversations.

This lunch is rescheduled from its previous date of December 19. Please note the new time and date.

Audience: All Funders

Join NCFP as they look at examples of the growing variety of approaches families can use to increase the overall impact of their giving.

This webinar is for CNJG Members only.

Audience: Family Foundation

In collaboration with J.P. Morgan Private Bank, CNJG invites you to join us in a timely discussion on family foundation best practices.

Audience: Family Foundation

Our learning journey on how philanthropy’s impact is impeded by racism continues with this event.

This lunch is rescheduled from its previous date of November 9. Please note the new time and date.

Audience: All Funders

Our learning journey on how philanthropy’s impact is impeded by racism continues with this third, in a series of four facilitated conversations.

Audience: All Funders

New member to CNJG, or those new to CNJG at current members, are invited to lunch to learn more about the programs and services CNJG offers and to meet and network with other new members.

Our learning journey on how philanthropy’s impact is impeded by racism continues with this first, in a series of four facilitated conversations.

Audience: All Funders

Immediately following CNJG’s meeting “Power Play – Slay the Elephant in the Room!”, CNJG members are invited to a reception to preview Ajira’s upcoming exhibition The Missing by Duron Jackson.

This reception is open to CNJG Members only.

Audience: All Funders

As part of CNJG's Race, Racism, and the Ramifications for Philanthropy learning journey, we are happy to collaborate with the Anti-Poverty Network of New Jersey to present the key findings of their recently released report, The Uncomfortable Truth: Racism, Injustice, and Poverty in New Jersey.

Audience: All Funders

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