NCFP Learning and Action Networks are designed as an ongoing cohort dedicated to deep shared learning about a specific concept in family philanthropy, with an expectation of a commitment to defined action(s) after the completion of the program. Each cohort collectively works through a curriculum with discrete learnings carried out by multiple peer learning events led by experts in the field. Learning and Action Networks provide a connected and dedicated peer community while challenging funders to think differently and commit to learning and real action.
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Racial Justice Learning & Action Network
The Racial Justice Learning and Action Network is an educational opportunity for family foundation trustees interested in advancing racial justice practices, both personally and professionally. Philanthropy has been slow to embrace equity and it is clear that effective and meaningful impact can only be realized with an active commitment to racial justice.
The National Center for Family Philanthropy is committed both to expanding equity practices within the organization and to helping giving families adopt a racial justice lens in their grantmaking and governance practices. The Racial Justice Learning and Action Network was designed as a space where family foundation board members can build their own knowledge of systemic racism to improve their practices, and ultimately be better stewards of the public trust.
Funded with generous support from the Ford Foundation, the Surdna Foundation, and the Max M. and Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation
Curriculum design and facilitation by Bari Katz and Edgar Villanueva
Mission Investing Institute & Action Cohorts
This six-month virtual learning program presented by the National Center for Family Philanthropy in partnership with Mission Investors Exchange and Philanthropy California. The learning opportunity is designed to deepen impact investing knowledge, provide a space for participants to build relationships with other leaders in philanthropy, and offer practical tools to implement an effective impact investing strategy.
Through a core curriculum supplemented with three small group cohorts, participants will hear from industry peers, apply the learnings with fellow philanthropy and finance professionals, and learn from seasoned investors in the field.
Program designed in partnership with Mission Investors Exchange and Philanthropy California
Curriculum design and facilitation by Mission Investors Exchange