UpcomingGuiding Donors on the How and Now of Philanthropy – Community Foundation Spark Session

  • Guiding Donors on the How and Now of Philanthropy
    April 11, 2023
    1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Guiding Donors on the How and Now of Philanthropy

Tuesday, April 11 | 1:00pm-2:00pm (CT) – Register Here.

Wisconsin Philanthropy Network is excited to spotlight the following Community Foundation Spark Session hosted by the National Center for Family Philanthropy in partnership with AdNET.

Our communities face many complex and interconnected challenges. Most require us to confront racial, economic, and other inequities. We’re also living in an era of massive wealth creation and wealth transfer. More donors have the resources to meaningfully address those challenges. But the how and now of their philanthropy matters more than ever. Community foundations have an incredible opportunity—and perhaps a moral obligation—to help donors reexamine the purpose, pace, power, and practices of their philanthropy. This webinar will feature the experiences of community foundation staff who have built the skills to coach donors, artfully question their assumptions, and show them new paths to effective family philanthropy. You’ll walk away with tips and tools for a more insightful and influential donor advising practice.

Registration & Call-In DetailsUse this link to access call-in details and to RSVP for this event. You will be able to add this event to your personal calendar once your registration is complete.

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If you have any questions, please contact Shannon Jeffries (Partnership Development Manager at the National Center for Family Philanthropy) directly at Shannon.Jeffries@ncfp.org.