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No matter what your organization's size or experience, you can connect advocacy to your mission. Join colleagues at this workshop to build your advocacy know-how.
Come to this free session with Irene Bowen, author of the updated “Renewing the Commitment: An ADA Compliance Guide for Nonprofits,” published by the Chicago Community Trust, to learn about opportunities to be more inclusive in all your activities.
At this free orientation, you'll receive a tutorial on using the Foundation Center's research database, Foundation Directory Online.
This webinar will teach you how to build a successful #ILGive campaign around the inspiring stories of the work you do every day.
This session will include tips and tricks on using reports, designing ad hoc reports, and using reports to improve data integrity.
Chicago Area Donors to End Domestic Violence (CADEDV) will host a planning retreat to define programs for the 2015-2016 program year.
Two foundations will present review strategies that they have found to be effective.
The University of Chicago Consortium on Chicago School Research (UChicago CCSR) invites your input as they develop their next research agenda to inform and assess policy and practice in the Chicago Public Schools.
Join grantmaker colleagues to hear from leading national funders about how districts, nonprofits, and tech companies across the country are breaking down barriers to reinvent education.
Polish the skills required to take your individual fundraising strategies to the next level.
Join leaders from ComEd and other energy organizations to learn about funding to support energy efficiency.
Join us for a presentation and conversation about the first-ever survey on philanthropy consulting by the Foundation Center, highlighting the responses of over 1,000 grantmakers throughout the United States.
Participants in this free workshop will learn methods for ensuring appropriate responses to those who may require assistance, and/or who may do things differently than you.
At this free orientation, you'll receive a tutorial on using prospecting databases, which you can access free in the Library.
Join Rusty Stahl with Talent Philanthropy at this Breakfast Learning Series. This series offers an exclusive opportunity for Donors Forum Members -- grantmakers, operating nonprofits, and advisors -- to do a quick dive into topics of mutual interest.
This workshop will provide participants with the skills to develop metrics for success as well as a long-term vision for the impact of your organization's advocacy.
What types of buildings are covered under the ADA and other applicable codes and laws? Robin Jones, Director of the Great Lakes ADA Center, will provide information to answers these questions and more.
Learn how to quickly access top journal titles and e-books, conduct basic and advanced searches in EBSCO. Although this event is open to anyone who wishes to attend, Donors Forum's Members have remote access and can use EBSCO from the convenience of their office, home, or any location with WiFi.
An opportunity to learn about Foundation Center resources that will be helpful to you as a grantmaker and to the grantees you serve. We will showcase IssueLab, which works to more effectively gather, index, and share the collective intelligence of the social sector.