CMF-Johnson Center Grantmaking Series | Ethics in Grantmaking: Dimensions, Dilemmas, and Decision-Making

Thursday, October 18, 2018 -
1:00pm to 2:30pm EDT
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Most foundations have codes of ethics and most grantmakers strive to behave ethically - but what exactly does that mean?  In this webinar, we will examine ethical dillemmas and how to navigate them as we explore tools and techniques for ethical reasoning and decision-making in grantmaking.

*Completion of this webinar counts toward the CMF-Johnson Center Grantmaking Series Certificate of Completion - More Details


Michael Moody, Frey Foundation chair for family philanthropy, The Johnson Center for Philanthropy

Dr. Michael Moody joined the Johnson Center in 2010 as the nation's first endowed chair on family philanthropy. In this role, he works to expand the practice and the public understanding of family philanthropy. Trained as a cultural sociologist, with a Ph.D. from Princeton, Dr. Moody is co-author of several books, including the recently released Generation Impact: How Next Gen Donors Are Revolutionizing Giving. He is a frequent speaker and sought-after commentator on philanthropic trends whose work has been featured in the New York Times, Washington Post, Forbes, Chronicle of Philanthropy, and Stanford Social Innovation Review.


CMF Members: $35
Nonmembers: $70


October 18, 2018 at 12 Noon EST


Programming: Andrea Judd via email or call 313-566-2444.
Registration: Denise Temple via email or call 616-850-2136.

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