Information overload is a risk as grantmakers and grantseekers navigate their roles as collectors, analyzers, or users of data. Finding out how others are doing it can be key to setting your own strategy.
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On Philanthropy: Looking Ahead
What does the future of philanthropy hold for the industry? What trends will we see, how will we find new w...
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Cultivating Culture, One Meeting at a Time
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Don’t Go It Alone: Owning and Proposing Your BIG Idea
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Collaborative Grantmaking: Aligning Funders to Drive Impact
This on-demand webinar highlights the role of collaboration among funders to support nonprofits and make a bigger impact. Three Foundant clients share real-world stories of what they've done.
How to Engage the Right Person, at the Right Time, In the Right Way: A Framework
Scaling your fundraising efforts are the key to effectively managing your donor relationships AND your organizational mission activities. Strategies to help narrow your approach to fundraising can hel
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.
On Relationships: Recalling the Heart & Mind of Philanthropy
Often as funders and consultants, we’re distant from the work on the ground and it seems easy for us to stand up, out and above to advise on what should be done, and how it could be done.
Become an Intentional Data Collector: An actionable guide for funders
Ready! Fire! Aim?
Don’t ask, “What can technology do for me?” Instead ask, “How can I leverage technology to do better?” The right solution should be an extension of your knowledge, talents, and passion..
Q&A on Data: Real Advice, Real Grantmakers
Tracking and using data can be overwhelming. Dive into what Grantmakers & Grantseekers are doing to deal with their data.
On Philanthropy: What's Changed?
While the pressures of change may continue to present challenges, if we have learned anything, it is that knowledge, information and working toward shared goals can help.
Q&A: Tracking Impacts and Outcomes
Real-world #PhilanthropyExperience from your peers. What do impacts and outcomes mean to you? What has been your most successful way(s) to measure the impact of your grantmaking?
Funding and Evaluation Infographic
Understanding roles can help you hone in on which "measuring stick" you need to use in order to better track funding outcomes.
Fraud Prevention: Focus on What's in Your Control
Fraud is a buzzword no one particularly enjoys talking about. The word itself carries a negative connotation for all the obvious reasons and many organizations completely avoid the subject.
Entry Points to Philanthropy
Engagement in philanthropy contributes to 22-40 developmental assets®. How are you engaging the next generations? Learn about these benefits and different entry points and models for engagement.
A Formula for Achieving Impact
Achieving impact does not depend on whether your assets are small or large. What does matter is that you focus on subjects that are important to you, and that you care about.
Turning Obstacles into Opportunities: Practical ways funders and grantees can work together
Don't reinvent the wheel. Find small things that can be done now, and over time they will make a large impact. Just take it one step at a time.
Measuring Impacts and Outcomes
In this on-demand webinar, learn the strategies funders use to create impact, determine where you fit it in the process, and take steps to ensure your organization is measuring results effectively.
Impacts, Outcomes, and Strategies for Sustainable Tracking