Webinar: How Grantmaking Organizations Drive Social Change

Complimentary for Exponent Philanthropy members / $40 non-members

The world of philanthropy is transforming with the shift from the act of giving to a more deliberate approach of social change through investment. With that change comes the need to strategically assess program impact through indicators and outcomes.  Funders and their grantees need consistent collaboration to measure progress throughout the life of a grant.

This type of transformation means that you need to think about investments differently. What social changes are you trying to influence? How will you know if you are making progress? How will you support your grantees as they carry out the programs designed to drive social change? Join us for a discussion on where to start, and what to track, so that you can report meaningful progress to your stakeholders.

Speaker

Annie Rhodes
Director, Foundation Strategy, Blackbaud

Annie Rhodes serves as the Director of Foundation Strategy in the Corporations and Foundations division of Blackbaud. Annie helps philanthropic organizations leverage technology to track outcomes, optimize how they manage their giving and improve collaboration between funders and their grantee partners. Prior to joining Blackbaud, Annie spent more than 10 years at the Ford Foundation where she managed grantmaking in the Human Rights unit.

Who Should Attend

This program is open to foundation donors, trustees, and staff; individual donors; donor advised fund holders; and members of giving circles.

Registration and Other Policies

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