Join your peers to network and discuss topics of concern for philanthropic families who are place-based rural funders. As NCFP launches the Rural Funders Peer Network, we are pleased to offer this collaborative space for family funders working in rural areas to create connections and share strategies and stories with others across the country.
This event will provide an opportunity for peer network members to catch up with each other, discuss and expand on a draft list of the Top Ten Myths and Realities about Rural Philanthropy, and learn ways to stay engaged with the Rural Funders Peer Network. This event will be led by the Rural Funders Peer Network co-chairs Erin Borla, executive director of The Roundhouse Foundation, and Wynn Rosser, president and CEO of the T.L.L. Temple Foundation.
Please note: this peer network event is restricted to philanthropic families who are place-based rural funders.
As a reminder, our Peer Network events are not recorded.
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