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A guest post from Michael Hamill Remaley, SVP, Public Policy & Communications at Philanthropy New York about his recent experience participating in Foundations on the Hill.

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A guest post from Stephanie Chrispin, Philanthropy New York's Public Policy Fellow, on her first-time participating in Foundations on the Hill.

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There’s an old saying in public policy that if you aren’t at the table, you’re on the menu. I thought about that saying a lot last week as I participated in the 2016 Foundations on the Hill event, which was hosted by the Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers in partnership with the Council on Foundations.

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Our top ten philanthropy resources from around the sector including an argument for using your power as foundation executives for social change, a movement toward global grantmaking by community foundations, and the difference between transactional and transformative transparency.

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A guest post from Alison Leipsiger, Director, Policy and Advocacy at Forefront on her recent experience at Foundations on the Hill.

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Our latest round up of all the best and latest association management resources including ways your association should transform in the next five years, what to do with your member feedback, self-coaching leadership strategies, and how to throw a professional tantrum.

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Check out the latest releases from around the nonprofit sector featuring releases from Philanthropy Network Greater Philadelphia, D5, Foundation Center, and Campaign for Grade Level Reading.

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On April 6, Forum President & CEO David Biemesderfer spoke to the members of Philanthropy Network Greater Philadelphia at their Annual Meeting.

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On April 7, Senator John Thune (R-SD) and Senate Finance Committee Ranking Member Ron Wyden (D-OR) introduced S. 2750 – the Charities Helping Americans Regularly Throughout the Year Act, or CHARITY Act – which includes three provisions strongly supported by the Forum.

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