What's Trust Got to Do with It? A Framework for Incorporating Trust and Transparency into Your Philanthropic Practices

When: 
Tuesday, June 19, 2018 -
11:30am to 1:30pm EDT
Where: 
Graustein Memorial Fund, Hamden
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Presented by the Program Officer Network. All members are welcome.

This member group is comprised of individuals, from large or small foundations, who have responsibility for program implementation and grants management. Meeting on a regular basis, discussions are designed to be interactive and constructive. Participants have the opportunity to connect with colleagues, ask questions, explore solutions, share knowledge and best practices, and learn from one another.


What is Trust-based Philanthropy? Is your organization practicing Trust-based Philanthropy? 

Join colleagues at the next Program Officer Network with guest speaker Pia Infante the Co-Executive Director of the Whitman Institute as we take a deeper dive into Trust-based Philanthropy. The session will create space for participants to take a deep dive into this framework that believes "philanthropy can be more effective when funders approach their grantee relationships from a place of trust, rather than suspicion." 

This meeting will include an overview, virtual presentation, interactive activity, and actionable next steps for your work that can support strengthening your grantee relationships, and outcomes.

Lunch will be provided. Please email Tiffany Walton specific dietary restrictions


PRESENTER

Pia Infante
Co-Executive Director
The Whitman Institute

 

 


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QUESTIONS?

If you have suggestions for future conversations, or questions, contact Tiffany Walton, Executive Assistant & Office Manager, 860-525-5585.

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