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.

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Aug
25

NCNG Member Call August 25 - Food Systems Update

NC Resiliency Report: Moving towards a more just, equitable, and sustainable food system

In this webinar, the Center for Environmental Farming Systems (CEFS), Duke World Food Policy Center (WFPC), and members of the NC Food Resilience Advisory Board will present key findings and recommendations on promising solutions and long-term investment opportunities to create a more resilient and equitable food system in North Carolina. This collaborative team will discuss the project report, lessons learned from the unique process and vision behind this project, feedback from funders and other advisors across the country, and introduce opportunities for both the private and public sectors to be part of transforming the North Carolina food system. This research was funded by the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina Foundation as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Aug
26

Finance & Investment Learning Community Call

NCNG’s Finance & Investment Learning Community will gather via Zoom on Aug. 26 from 1:30-3:00 p.m. for an open conversation related to foundation operations, administration, finance and investments. Join your peers from across the state to discuss trends, ask questions, and share ideas.
 

Webinar
Sep
15

NCNG Funder Call Sept. 15 – Final Census Counts: What We Know and What Comes Next

The final Census counts will be available in mid-August, providing significantly more detail on how and where populations shifted throughout the state. Which counties gained the most residents? How did the racial and ethnic makeup of the state change? Where might the state’s new Congressional district be located? Dr. Rebecca Tippett, Director of Carolina Demography at UNC-Chapel Hill, will join us at 10:00 a.m. on Sept. 15 to share insights into topics questions and more. (Please include any specific questions for Dr. Tippett on the registration form.)

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