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Austin Long of The Center for Effective Philanthropy reflects on #ForumCon16 and the benefits of collaboration and partnerships among philanthropy-supporting organizations.
As of January 1, 2013, Ohio Grantmakers Forum's will have a new name, Philanthropy Ohio! Ohio members recently approved the change at the annual meeting where they also voted to implement a new strategic plan.
We look forward to welcoming many of you to Milwaukee, WI one week from today for the Forum's Annual Conference July 29-31.
The KM Initiative, guided by regionals in the KM Partners Group, continues to attract attention from the Drupal and Salesforce communities for it's scope and innovation.
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The gist of the product teams approach is recognizing that great technology is essential to delivering our programs and creating the impact we want to have in the world. Each key technology system is treated as a "product" and managed by a team comprised of both technology people and "domain
We encourage everyone attending and those following along from their desks to use #ForumCon15 for any of your social media posts on Twitter or Facebook.
It was great to see you all in Baltimore! We hope you were able to takeaway new ideas to implement at your organization, be inspired by our speakers, and meet a lot of new faces. Over the past few weeks, we have added resources from several sessions that you'll want to check out.
The Forum’s 2016 Annual Conference, #ForumCon16, will be the nation’s largest gathering of the CEOs and staffs of philanthropy-serving organizations in the field. The conference will bring together—for the first time—the leadership and staff of all organizations serving the nation’s philanthropic sector, including regional philanthropy-serving organizations (i.e. regional philanthropy associations) as well as national philanthropy-serving organizations (PSOs), primarily issue-based, identity-based and practice-based national affinity groups.