In May leaders from the Michigan Department of Treasury, State Budget Office, and Senate and House Fiscal Agencies met to forecast the U.S. and Michigan economies and state government revenues during the Consensus Revenue Estimating Conference (CREC).
Join us to explore the fundamentals of impact investing, and learn more about structures like mission- and program-related investments as well as legal and administrative considerations.
Join CMF and the Statewide Equity Fund Working Group for a fireside chat with Angela Glover Blackwell, Founder in Residence at PolicyLink, to discuss insights gained from her work as a policy advocate, activist and social justice leader, learn more about PolicyLink's partnership with the Urban Institute in measuring equity impacts in federal policy and philanthropy's role in shaping the equitable outcome of public dollars.
Join us for a virtual gathering to discuss technology and software, share what you’re seeing in your own work and crowdsource ideas from your fellow peers across the state. This will be an open space for discussion so please bring your questions, concerns and highlights from your own work to share with the group.
In November, Michiganders will have an opportunity to vote on several ballot initiatives that impact philanthropy’s work in addressing issues facing Michigan families and communities. CMF’s Government Relations Public Policy Committee invites you to join in a conversation on what we can expect to appear on the November ballot, how it impacts philanthropy’s work in community and the role that philanthropy can play in ballot measure advocacy.
What is participatory grantmaking, and why are funders utilizing this method of community-led grantmaking?
We are excited to host this gathering in person, where you can reconnect and create new connections across the family foundation network. You will leave with strategies and tools to address current challenges and plan for future opportunities.
The CMF Board of Trustees and staff, together with the Annual Conference Host Committee and Program Committee, aspire to make the 2022 Annual Conference one of the most significant milestones of our community since the Conference of Michigan Foundations was first hosted in 1972.