7 Results for “Rural Funders Peer Network”

Events & Webinars | Peer Networks

Rural Funders Peer Network Topical Call & Networking

September 20, 2022
Join your peers to network and discuss topics of concern for philanthropic families who are place-based rural funders. This call will build off of the conversation from the June 21 Rural Funders Peer Network event. More details to follow! As NCFP launches the Rural Funders Peer Network, we are pleased to offer this collaborative space for family funders working in Read More
Events & Webinars | Peer Networks

Rural Funders Peer Network: Rural Community Capacity Building

As funding flows into rural communities, the opportunity for these communities to access, deploy, and effectively manage these funds has risen as a pressing priority. The ability to assess community needs, design inclusive, ‘shovel-ready’ projects, and coordinate, write, and manage grant applications requires time, human capital, and resources that are hard to come by in overstretched rural communities. This discussion Read More

Rural Giving: Strategies for Philanthropic Families

April 6, 2022
How does rural philanthropy differ from urban foundation work? The answers lie in both tactics and cultural context. Much urban philanthropy is focused on the development and implementation of large scale best practice models around specific issues – e.g. health, education, early childhood development. These grants are made to large staffed non-profits intended to reach thousands if not tens of Read More
Blog | Voices from the Field

COVID-19: Using a Racial Justice Lens Now to Transform Our Future

April 9, 2020 | Lori Villarosa
“Black Families Matter,” Miki Jourdan Editor’s Note: This article was originally published by NPQ online, on March 30, 2020. Used with permission. For most of us, COVID-19 global pandemic’s breathtaking impact on the well-being and security of our family, friends, and neighbors and on our economy, healthcare, social services, and beyond has moved from abstractness to a harsh reality. We have Read More