2016 Events Calender

Feb. 19
Chicago, IL


Building a Movement: The Role of Social Change in Nonprofit Organizations

Many nonprofit organizations were formed to address inequities and shortfalls in existing social structures, but budget and resource limitations often force them to focus on short-term needs and neglect long-term change. Field Director Jeanné Isler will share finding about the current trends in funding social change movements, and how funders can better support such movements, both with funding and their other resources.

Jan. 26


National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy

NCRP Nonprofit Membership Orientation

Whether you’re a longtime member or new to the NCRP flock, this nonprofit members-only Orientation is for you. Get to know NCRP staff personally, learn about opportunities to raise your profile among funders, and meet fellow nonprofit members building a movement for a better philanthropic sector. Representatives from two of NCRP’s newest benefit providers—EveryAction CRM and Kerxton Insurance Agency—will also be on hand to answer questions. Watch a recording of the webinar on YouTube and view the presentation slides.

Jan. 15

Washington, D.C.

Executives' Alliances and Frontline Solutions

Philanthropic Bootcamp

Three funding collaboratives are hosting a day-long bootcamp to explore possibilities for heightened impact. The Executives’ Alliance, Communities for Just Schools Fund and Greater New Orleans Funders Network are looking for creative and bold ideas to inform the direction of their initiatives. Field Director Jeanné Isler will participate in the event and share NCRP’s perspective on what’s possible.

Jan. 14


National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy

Mass Incarceration: The Rural Perspective

At the height of the prison-building boom, a new prison opened every 15 days in rural America. Mass incarceration has shaped the lives and landscape of rural places – from Native nations faced with disproportionate policing, to small towns reliant on prison-based growth. Today, amidst the need for urgent changes to our criminal justice system, what does reform look like in our rural communities? And how can philanthropy support a more just future? Join NCRP Senior Director of Research and Policy Niki Jagpal in a dynamic online conversation with Lenny Foster, Director of the Navajo Nations Corrections Project; Rev. Kenneth Glasgow, Executive Director of The Ordinary People Society (T.O.P.S.); asha bandele, Senior Director of Grants, Partnerships and Special Projects at the Drug Policy Alliance; and Nick Szuberla, Executive Director of Working Narratives and Nation Inside. You’ll learn about courageous efforts on the ground, exciting opportunities for change, and resources to strengthen this important work. Watch a recording of the webinar on YouTube and view the presentation slides.

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