In 2009, CMF hosted a conference call that showcased two successful examples of communication strategies used by our member organizations and provided a facilitated space for everyone to share their ideas and ask questions.
Based on analysis of data collected this report examines the ways in which these high-capacity, Jewish next gen donors think about and experience philanthropy. It hones in on the ways they learn about giving, are motivated to give, and want to approach their own philanthropy.
This event convened philanthropic, government, education, and community leaders to discuss strategies for meeting reading proficiency by third grade, closing the achievement gap for young boys of color, and providing all students with the opportunity to succeed in life.
This is a collection of resources submitted by various presenters for breakout sessions included in Think Boldly. Act Urgently., CMF's 44th Annual Conference in Ypsilanti, Michigan, September 18-20, 2016.