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Share news about your grant making initiatives! AGM Grant Making Members are working on a variety of diverse causes including education, environment, healthcare and immigration (to name just a few). We want to promote your efforts and best practices. Help us spread your good works, event announcements and news items by emailing Gail Pinkham.
November 24th, 2015
What can I do to help? It’s a familiar refrain, sometimes expressed to a neighbor going through a difficult time, or to a colleague at work, or in the face of a natural disaster. It’s a question we hear all the time when advising clients on their philanthropy. Whether the topic is hunger or climate... More »
November 17th, 2015
The board of directors of the Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers announced today the appointment of longtime philanthropy executive David Biemesderfer as the organization’s next president and CEO.  He will begin serving in this new role in mid-January 2016. More »
November 17th, 2015
A private Boston-based funders’ collaborative hopes to find innovative solutions to the state’s affordable housing crisis for extremely low-income families by hosting a competition to solicit new strategies. Home Funders will launch its competition at the State House on Thursday, offering three... More »
November 12th, 2015
Source: AGM Blog
Think back to your first day of kindergarten. Many of us may recall the nervous anticipation of walking into a classroom full of strangers. A natural response, which probably diminished once you introduced yourself. With the words “Hi, my name is Magnolia. What’s yours?” you successfully navigated... More »
November 5th, 2015
In Jacksonville, Florida, Mayor Lenny Curry is hiring for a novel new position within his administration—a chief philanthropy officer for the city. The idea is not an entirely novel one; the state of Michigan created an Office of Foundation Liaison (OFL) in 2003 in what the state called a “first in... More »
November 5th, 2015
Los Angeles art adviser and collector Elaine Gans was uncertain, at first, where to donate a large painting by San Francisco Bay Area artist Tom Holland. It was “one of his most important pieces,” Ms. Gans says. If she gave it to an art museum, the painting risked being put in storage and forgotten... More »
October 28th, 2015
Source: AGM Blog
As funders we are always looking for results—we spend most of our time evaluating grants to see if they fit in the Request for Proposal framework but not enough time to assess what happened post grant award. For United Ways and maybe community foundations as well donors want to know—what is the... More »
October 26th, 2015
Source: AGM Member News
The Nellie Mae Education Foundation has announced a five-year, $200 million initiative to reshape public education so that 80 percent of high school graduates are college- and career-ready. According to the foundation, by 2018 more than 60 percent of all jobs will require some level of... More »

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