New to Grantmaking? Need a refresher? This is the workshop for you!
In Grantmaking 101, presenters will discuss the ins-and-outs of the legal and governance world of philanthropy, answer questions about how you might evaluate grants and funding partners and take a good look at philanthropy as a whole. You will also hear about your due diligence as a funder from a practitioner in the field.
This interactive workshop features experts from Catalyst Law, LLC, Evaluation in Action and an experienced philanthropy leader to help you as you work in philanthropy. The agenda is packed with great information, excellent presentations and activities that will keep you on your toes while learning all about your role as a grantmaker.
This workshop is the first of our Grantmaking Fundamentals series. Grantmaking 101 sets the stage for our Grantmaking 102 (May 1, 2020), which features training about nonprofit financials and how to take a deeper dive into the numbers.
Kate Kilberg: As an attorney with 18 years’ experience, Kate’s practice focuses on non-profit and tax-exempt organizations, social enterprise and impact investing, philanthropy, and complex estate planning and administration. She has extensive experience representing tax-exempt organizations, both large and small, including public charities, private foundations, community foundations, and social welfare organizations.
Kimberly Pray With an advanced degree in taxation and an interdisciplinary background in law, business, and non-profits, Kimberly’s practice includes taxation, estate planning, trust and estate administration, as well as advising businesses, tax-exempt organizations, and social enterprises.
Chari Smith, professional evaluator, founded Evaluation into Action, located in Portland, Oregon, to help nonprofit professionals create realistic and meaningful program evaluation processes. She has taught several workshops and is a member of the American Evaluation Association (AEA), and is writing a book on nonprofit program evaluation to be released by Bold and Bright Media in 2020.
Jody Marshall joined Meyer in 2014 and is currently in Meyer’s Housing Opportunities portfolio. An experienced supporter and volunteer at Oregon Children’s Foundation (SMART), Jody serves as chair of its associate board and as a member of its governing board. Jody also serves as Vice Chair of the Pacific Northwest Chapter of Peak Grantmaking, a national member-led organization of, by, and for grantmakers. formerly known as Grant Managers Network.
|Date||Friday, March 6, 2020|
|Time||8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.|
|Place||NW Health Foundation: 221 NW 2nd Avenue, Portland, OR 97209|
Members: $125; Non-Members: $160
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