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The Donors Forum of Wisconsin has announced it has changed its name to Wisconsin Philanthropy Network (WPN). According to Jill Van Calster, President and CEO, “Wisconsin Philanthropy Network more fully expresses our mission and vision for the future without deviating from the values and principles that our organization has embraced over the past 37 years.”

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Last week in New Orleans, members of Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy (EPIP) gathered for their annual conference with the purpose of developing leaders who are better equipped to advance social change. Through the lens of social justice, the conference planned to expose conference participants to fresh ideas, provide stellar examples of emerging leaders, and create pathways to meaningful change. With that kind of energy, you had to know that the Forum Network would be there!

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In a guest blog post for the D5 Coalition, Debbie McKeon of the Council of Michigan Foundations reveals the genesis of CMF's successful "Is Your Foundation Leveraging the Power of Differences?" Discussion and Assessment Toolkit.

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David Biemesderfer, Board Chair of the Forum and the President & CEO of the Florida Philanthropic Network discusses the power of the Forum Network to advance philanthropy and the recent success of Foundations on the Hill on the Center for Effective Philanthropy's blog.

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Jessica Bearman of Project Streamline has a new blog post up on the Grants Managers Network's site concerning Letters of Inquiry (LOI) which provides clear goals for adopting an LOI program along with several strong examples in use by the field.

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Our monthly round up of all the best new association management resources for April is here!

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Each month we search out the best philanthropy resources the sector has to offer. Here's our top ten for April.

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The last five years has been a time of experimentation in social media. Luckily for the Forum Network, we have 33 regional associations all running separate experiments, sharing data, and reporting back what works best so that we can all succeed in our social media goals, whether that’s amplifying member voices or achieving policy change through advocacy.

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