In 2014, the Monitor Institute released “What’s Next for Community Philanthropy,” a toolkit of flexible materials designed to help boards, staff teams and communities think about our changing environment and how it will affect philanthropy.
Many of your colleagues in the Midwest have been using the toolkit to create great discussions and stimulate strategic thinking about adapting to a changing world.
Hear examples from your peers and develop you own thoughts about you can use this effective free resource.
senior manager, Monitor Institute
Gabriel helps leading funders and nonprofits understand the changing context for their work. He tracks emerging trends inside and outside the field and translates cutting-edge commercial innovation methods into new approaches for addressing pressing philanthropic and social-sector challenges.
His work with funders is grounded in first-hand experience, both as the program officer for philanthropy at the David and Lucile Packard Foundation and as a manager of neighborhood programs at a local affiliate of the East Bay Community Foundation. He has more than fifteen years of experience as a consultant, providing applied research, program design, and strategic advising services. Full Bio Here >>
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This webinar is hosted by Indiana Philanthropy Alliance and was originally published November 16, 2106.