Events

NCNG events are typically open only to members of NCNG. If you represent a foundation that is not a member of NCNG, but would like to attend an event, please contact us to discuss your eligibility. If you are affiliated with an NCNG member, please sign in to register.

We accept Visa and Mastercard online or you may choose to pay by check. Event fees may be refunded for cancelled registrations if requested at least 15 days before an event.

Feb
06

Participation, Power and Philanthropy: Putting Nonprofits and Communities in the Driver’s Seat

NOTE: This workshop has been cancelled. Grantmakers for Effective Organizations (GEO) just informed us that they are cancelling the Feb. 6 workshop on “Participation, Power and Philanthropy.” They said that the current leadership transition has created staff capacity issues that they are unable to get around.
 
We are disappointed – especially given the short notice – and hope this doesn’t cause too much inconvenience. We will issue refunds to your credit cards or by check – and will look for ways to provide this type of offering some time in the future.



 

Network Group Meeting
Mar
28

Finance and Investment Learning Community Meeting

Join your Finance and Investment colleagues for our next learning community gathering. We'll discuss investments, accounting, and other topics central to your foundation's processes and operations. As always, there will be plenty of time for networking and conversation.

If you have topics you'd like to discuss at this meeting, please email them to Tori Small at tsmall@ncgrantmakers by March 25.

Network Group Meeting
Apr
24

Environmental Policy Webinar

Brian Buzby, Executive Director of the N.C. Conservation Network will join us for an informative webinar on the political landscape and the environmental issues on tap at the NC General Assembly this year.

Webinar
May
02

The Right Time to Right-Size: Peak Grantmaking Webinar

Right-sizing is one of the four core principles of Project Streamline, a project of PEAK Grantmaking that identifies challenges, proposes solutions, and develops resources to help funders streamline.
 
When grantmaking is right-sized, the information, due diligence, and reporting requirements are proportionate to the size of the grant, appropriate to the type of grant, and take into consideration prior relationships with grantees. When right-sizing isn’t in place, the process is more burdensome for both the grantmaker and the grantseeker.
 
This is an introductory webinar for grantmakers that are just beginning discussions around streamlining and right-sizing application, monitoring, and reporting and evaluation practices.

Webinar
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