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Society is becoming increasingly divisive. What roles can family foundations play in finding ways to support meaningful dialogue across “party lines” within their community? Is this role appropriate for family foundations? What are the biggest mistakes that funders make when trying to provide a forum for these types of conversations? Join NCFP as we discuss these and other questions about how to support bettering society and communities. 

Webinar Resources: 

  1. The Civic Engagement Primer: http://www.pacefunders.org/primer/
  2. Jewish Philanthropists Promote Civil Discourse in New Ad Campaign: https://www.jta.org/1999/11/03/archive/jewish-philanthropists-promote-civil-discourse-in-new-ad-campaign

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Anita Brown-Graham

Anita Brown-Graham rejoined the School of Government in September 2016 to lead ncIMPACT—the public launch of…

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Courtney Pullen

Courtney Pullen is the President of the Pullen Consulting Group. He has more than 20 years of…

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Jon Gruber

Jon Gruber leads the Campus and Community portfolios at the Einhorn Family Charitable Trust (EFCT), which…

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