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Educational Opportunity: Diversifying Your Board

Educational Opportunity: Diversifying Your Board

Multiple reports assessing racial diversity of nonprofit boards in the region attest to lack of racial diversity being an on-going challenge – despite a shift of values and attitudes that may support increasing racial diversity.  So, what is happening?  Why can’t nonprofit boards – despite our best intentions – recruit and keep people of color? And what can we learn from those boards that do? Join the Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County in welcoming Adar Ayira from Associated Black Charities for this free Strengthening Nonprofits event.

Exponent Philanthropy's 2019 Next Gen Fellows Program

Philanthropy is not often thought of as a young person's industry. But look a little closer, and it's apparent that there are young people moving and shaking in the world of foundations and grantmaking. If you're a member of this younger generation (the Next Gen), or have a Next Gen board member or staff person in your foundation, take a look at Exponent Philanthropy's Next Gen Fellows program--a 6-month training designed exclusively for Next Gen philanthropists.

Educational Opportunity: Summit of Intersections

Heartly House, Inc., Mental Health Association of Frederick County, Wells House, Inc., and the Frederick County Health Department are presenting the second annual “Summit of Intersections” later this month. This one-day conference, sponsored by Precision Diagnostics, Inc., United Way of Frederick County, and Whitesell’s Pharmacy, will focus on the intersection of adverse childhood experiences, mental health disorders, sexual abuse and substance use disorders. These topic areas are ones that separate conferences are held often to address but very few seek to bring content experts together.  

Educational Opportunities: ABAG Events for Grantseekers

The Association of Baltimore-Area Grantmakers (ABAG) has announced its 2018 line-up of educational events for grantseekers. The first three are listed here, and additional announcements will be made throughout the year as events draw closer. For more information, or to register, visit ABAG's website.

Educational Opportunity: GuideStar Profile Training for Frederick County Nonprofits

Educational Opportunity: GuideStar Profile Training for Frederick County Nonprofits

We are excited to be co-hosting a GuideStar Nonprofit Profile training for Frederick County nonprofits with the Ausherman Family Foundation! This will be a hands-on workshop, led by GuideStar team members, for nonprofits interested in elevating their public GuideStar profiles. 

Educational Opportunities: Anne Arundel County Speaker Series & Guidestar Training

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.

Educational Opportunities: ABAG Events for Grantseekers

The Association of Baltimore-Area Grantmakers (ABAG) has announced its 2018 line-up of educational events for grantseekers. The first three are listed here, and additional announcements will be made throughout the year as events draw closer. For more information, or to register, visit ABAG's website.

Education Opportunities: Frederick County Library's Grant Seeker's Resource Center

Education Opportunities: Frederick County Library's Grant Seeker's Resource Center

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. 

Educational Opportunities: ABAG Events for Grantseekers

The Association of Baltimore-Area Grantmakers (ABAG) has announced its 2018 line-up of educational events for grantseekers. The first three are listed here, and additional announcements will be made throughout the year as events draw closer. For more information, or to register, visit ABAG's website.