Angie Hong

Former Program Coordinator, NCFP

Angie Hong formerly served as program coordinator for the National Center for Family Philanthropy, where she supported the development and organization of programs, services, and strategies that advance the practice of family philanthropy. Angie previously served in a variety of international development positions in Uganda and Nicaragua where she assisted with alternative care for children and health development. Before this, she worked at the Office of Civic Engagement at Towson University, encouraging active citizenship within students and the community, including the curation of two TEDx events focused on creating a better world for citizens.


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Where there is community, there is fellowship

Posted on May 27, 2015 by Angie Hong

An increasing number of family foundations, community foundations, and regional associations are utilizing fellowship programs as a complementary strategy for meeting their charitable giving missions, while also seeking to expand local philanthropic leadership by building capacity in individual community members. Family foundations may decide to start a fellowship program for any of a number of reasons, including… Read More

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