Maryland Hunger Solutions, an initiative of the Food Research and Action Center, is hosting the 9th annual Maryland Food Access and Nutrition Network (MFANN) Fighting Hunger in Maryland conference this September - Maryland’s only statewide anti-hunger conference.
The data collected by the census determines the number of seats each state has in the U.S. House of Representatives; where voting precincts are established; and to how to distribute billions in federal funds to local communities.
This upcoming session hosted by Maryland Nonprofits will bring together a variety of perspectives to discuss what the decennial census means for the nonprofit sector and our role in ensuring an accurate count.
Because we don’t have an actual office (our two employees work 100% remotely), we can’t host a typical “Open House” event to welcome you all to our space. So instead, we’re going to come to you. We’ll be hosting informal gatherings at coffee shops in each of our three main geographic areas of focus throughout the month of January. These are large chunks of time, intended to give past grantees, current grant partners, grantseekers, or any others interested in our work the opportunity to come by and meet with our Program Office, ask questions, and learn more about our work. No agendas. Nothing formal. Just a chance to meet in person and talk.
The Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County has several upcoming local events of interest to non-profits and the communities they serve, included a speaker series talk on water quality in the county, and a GuideStar Anne Arundel training for donors and nonprofits.
Did you know that Frederick County Libraries is the home of a robust Grant Seeker's Resource Library, generously sponsored by the Foundation Center's Funder Information Network and the Ausherman Family Foundation? At the GSRC, you can check out non-profit and fundraising-specific materials, access Foundation Center's search engine for funding opportunities, talk with a grants librarian, and/or sign up for seminars on topics of interest to non-profits.
Join the Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County and Anne Arundel Women Giving Together for the first 2018 Community Impact Speaker Series event, featuring guest speaker and author Carol Graham.
The Association of Baltimore Area Grantmakers (ABAG)’s vision is that philanthropy will be an integral force in tackling Maryland’s most pressing problems through partnership with government, business and nonprofit decision makers. Though much of their programming is geared towards funders and grantmakers, they regularly host programs for grant seekers in the community, including the following events.