When Eric Weinheimer accepted his new position as President and CEO of Donors Forum, his friend Kate Maehr, President and CEO of the Greater Chicago Food Depository, gave him a simple and clear directive: Create a movement.
Although lagging behind foundations in other states with regard to asset growth, Illinois foundation giving outpaced U.S. foundations overall, says the latest Giving in Illinois report issued today by Donors Forum, in partnership with The Foundation Center.
Donors Forum is pleased to announce a new Board Officer and Board Members for its 2015 Fiscal Year (July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2020).
Eric Weinheimer, 49, takes the helm as President and CEO of Donors Forum on July 1.
Messages at Donors Forum’s 40th Anniversary Luncheon looked at ways the philanthropic and nonprofit sectors can move forward together in stronger partnerships based on learning from the past. You can also view photos from the event.
Chicago African Americans in Philanthropy (CAAIP) recently participated in a study about why Black professionals leave grantmaking institutions.
This statement represents Donors Forum’s commitment to advocating for full-cost funding of nonprofit outcomes.
Breaking the nonprofit starvation cycle is not easy, but exciting progress keeps happening.
Illinois is still among the worst in the country for late payments, as well as contracts not covering the full cost of services for nonprofit contractors, according to new state data released today from the Urban Institute.
Donors Forum will be opening an office in Springfield in late May, in the same building as Community Foundation for the Land of Lincoln.