Funder-Grantee Relationships: Getting to Impact Together

This on-demand webinar highlights three real-life funder-grantee relationships that have found success in a variety of ways. By being creative, focusing on the bigger picture, and adopting the mindset that grantees are partners helping to further the collective philanthropic mission, these funders have forged successful paths to stronger, more impactful relationships.

The conversation doesn’t end here! Check out this blog post from our webinar moderator, Sharmila Rao Thakkar, detailing her experience with this project and some added thoughts you can take back to your organization and your grantees as you work to strengthen your relationships.

SPEAKERS

Sharmila Rao Thakkar, Founder of SRT Advising and Consulting LLC

Lise Levin, VP for Community Investment, York County Community Foundation + grantee - Silas Chamberlin, CEO, Downtown Inc.

Frances Wilson, Administrative Director, Acts of Grace Foundation + grantee - Linda Milke, Regional Development Director, The Wellspring Foundation for Education

John Amoroso, Executive Director, David and Lura Lovell Foundation + grantee - H. Clarke Romans PhD, Executive Director, NAMI Southern Arizona and the Youth Mental Health Alliance

For your convenience, you can download the presentation slides here.

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