A webinar designed for, but not exclusive to, community foundations
Funder-grantee relationships are stronger when they are built on the foundation of trust. Using a lens of trust-based philanthropy enables foundations to proactively address power imbalances with their grantee partners and foster relationships built on trust, dialogue and transparency -- ultimately contributing to deeper learning and more effective organizations. This webinar will dive into the six key principles of trust-based philanthropy, how you can put them to work in your community foundation and strategies to engage and educate your donors to understand how they too can support your efforts to foster long-term, trust-based relationships with your grantee partners.
This webinar is hosted by Philanthropy Ohio. Unable to attend the live webinar? Register now and receive the recording and slides after the webinar has completed.
Mauri Ingram, president and chief executive office, Whatcom Community Foundation
Pamela Jons, executive vice president, Whatcom Community Foundation
Shaady Salehi, director, Trust-Based Philanthropy Project
FEE and REGISTRATION
$50 for CCP members. Register through the Council of Michigan Foundations (CMF) website.
March 18, 2020 at 12 Noon EDT
2020 Community Foundation Webinar Series
This webinar series is presented by Indiana Philanthropy Alliance, Council of Michigan Foundations, and Philanthropy Ohio.
- March 18, 2020 | Trust-Based Philanthropy for Community Foundations (hosted by Philanthropy Ohio)
- May 13, 2020 | Connecting Community Leadership and Donor (hosted by Indiana Philanthropy Alliance)
- eptember 16, 2020 | Lessons Learned Through Rural Economic (hosted by Council of Michigan Foundation)