PFC is a member association of Canadian grantmakers, including private and public foundations, charities and corporations.
March 25, 1:00 – 2:30pm ET
Webinar: Planning for Impact and Strategic Clarity
April 29, 2015, 1:00 – 2:30pm ET
Webinar: Digital Data: The Possibilities for Philanthropic Collaboration
PFC 2015 Symposium, Oct 27-28, Toronto
What’s Happening in Philanthropy
Integrating Capacity and Strategy, A Handbook for Next-Generation Grantmakers and Grantees by C.R. Hibbs, The Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society, is a free handbook that focuses on how to help you think about organizational capacity (OC) in a new and helpful way: as part of organizational (and grantmaking) strategy, not as an afterthought that somehow happens, more often than not, haphazardly.
A new guide from Grantcraft looks at how funders can build capacity with grantees and strengthening organizations.
Even if your family foundation or fund is very new, chances are you have already experienced at least one transition in the lifecycle of your giving program. What have been the keep turning points in the life of your fund from the founders’ initial concept to the present?