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The Trust-Based Philanthropy Project, in partnership with Philanthropy Colorado, Philanthropy Missouri, Grantmakers of Oregon and Southwest Washington, Grantmakers of Western Pennsylvania, and New Mexico Association of Grantmakers, and Connecticut
Philanthropy Colorado members are invited to join us for a discussion with Pia Infante, Co-Executive Director of the Whitman Institute for a talk on trust-based philanthropy.
Pia is a nationally recognized speaker and chairs the Trust-Based Philanthropy Project steering committee. Pia is visiting faculty at the University of Vermont's Rubenstein School of Environment and holds a M.A. in Education from the New School for Social Research, and a B.A. in Rhetoric from The University of California at Berkeley.
The Arts & Culture Funders Group provides a space for funders to share projects, creative funding approaches, and opportunities to collaborate.
Members are invited to join colleagues for our Annual Meeting to hear about our new strategic roadmap and to elect new officers and directors to the board.
We’ll hear from two leaders on efforts to create a more inclusive economy and workforce:
Join Philanthropy Colorado and your colleagues in philanthropy to hear updates on relief funds and federal response. There will be space to share about what you and other funders across the state are doing in response to COVID-19.
Join a moderated panel of political strategists for our popular debrief program on everything from the Presidential race to Colorado’s key congressional contests and a host of ballot initiatives.
Philanthropy Colorado, ZOMA Foundation, Telluride Foundation, and The Denver Foundation partnered to help build rural capacity statewide in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.Read more