Community Foundation CEO Virtual Roundtable
August 23 | 3:00-4:00 p.m. ET
Community foundation executives are invited to join a peer roundtable conversation to learn more about values-aligned philanthropy.
2022 HR Retreat
September 8-9 | Virtual
Join us at the 2022 HR Retreat: Evolving the Philanthropic Workplace to hear from inspiring HR and culture leaders, engage in robust peer-to-peer learning, and build community through a dynamic exchange of thoughts and ideas. Only a few seats remain!
ARPA and Philanthropy: Seizing the Once-in-a-Generation Opportunity
September 14 | 2:00-3:00 p.m. ET
Join this session to learn why and how philanthropy can be proactive in encouraging local governments to focus on support for essential service providers. The conversation will highlight examples of how ARPA can expand resources to advance equity and transformative systemic change.
Essentials of Policy Advocacy for Grantmakers
October 6-7 | 1:00-5:00 p.m. ET each day
The Essentials of Policy Advocacy for Grantmakers course will help foundation staff use their resources effectively to advance public policies that support the greater good. Rather than focusing on what policies foundations should address, this training will focus on how to engage in policy advocacy to advance your goals.
Legal Matters for Community Foundations
November 9-10 | 1:00-4:30 p.m. ET each day
Led by the Council's legal team, this workshop is designed to answer your broad legal and practical questions on administering funds, grants, and community foundation activities.
2022 Public Policy Summit
November 15-16 | Virtual
The 2022 Public Policy Summit will equip foundation leaders and staff with public policy and advocacy tools while also putting them in conversation with top government officials and national policy experts. Held one week after the mid-term elections, attendees will have access to expert analysis on how the outcomes will impact philanthropy.
Annual National Conference for Growing Community Foundations
October 12-14 | Virtual and In-Person
The Conference is tailored but not limited to small-staffed and volunteer-led community foundations in rural, small urban, and suburban America. It is designed to meet the needs of both new and seasoned board members and staff in practical training to enhance skills in all major areas of community foundation management.