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.

Once you've logged in, scroll down to access the registration page. 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.

Apr
15

The Shifting Landscape of Corporate Social Responsibility

Businesses large and small are critical partners as the world continues to heal from the global pandemic and its economic impacts. The field of corporate philanthropy will shift and adapt to make the most of limited resources of human and financial capital to help communities in their back yard and beyond. Maureen Flynn from Changing Our World - a consulting company dedicated to helping the private sector act as a force for public good - will join us along with other CSR executives from across the country to talk about how this work continues to evolve to meet community need.

 

Network Group Meeting
Apr
28

Lean Keen Teams: Small Foundations Round Table

Working in a small organization can be isolating in the best of times - but the pandemic and new work from home era has added additional challenges to small teams. All are welcome in this conversation, but we've designed it specifically for those foundations with five or fewer staff members. Talk with colleagues, pick their brains, and get some new ideas to keep your small team moving forward.

What to expect in this session:
This session will be a chance to network and talk with one another in a round or two of small groups. We hope you'll plan to keep your camera on for the session.

(As always, please engage in the way that makes you most comfortable.)

Network Group Meeting
Apr
29

Capacity Building Learning Community

The economic recession is ongoing and nonprofits are struggling to stay open, let alone build their internal capacity. Join this session to talk with colleagues about how best to support nonprofits with a clear focus on equity.

What to expect in this session:
This session will be a chance to network and talk with one another. We hope you'll plan to keep your camera on for the session and plan to share your proudest moments from your 2020 work life and tackle some challenges with trusted peers.

(As always, please engage in the way that makes you most comfortable.)

Network Group Meeting
May
05

NCNG Member Call: Fiscal Update with State Budget Director Charlie Perusse

More than a year into the pandemic, federal and state leaders are working to jumpstart the economy, get people back to work, and address the myriad challenges facing those in our state and beyond. On May 5 at 11:00 a.m., we’ll welcome back State Budget Director Charlie Perusse to provide an update on federal relief and stimulus dollars, highlight the service demands the state is seeing, and share thoughts on the state budget and revenue outlook.

Webinar
May
12

NCNG Member Call: Health Policy Update

It's week two of Policy Month, and we hope you'll join us for a health policy update. The pandemic has exacerbated health inequities that have long existed in North Carolina, and vulnerable communities continue face challenges even as vaccine distribution ramps up. Federal and state lawmakers are well into the process of writing legislation and crafting spending policies that will impact the health and well-being of North Carolinians for years to come. We'll hear from Nicholle Karim, Senior Director of Policy Development at the N.C. Healthcare Association, and she will share what’s happening on the health policy front and help us understand the potential impacts on the communities we serve.

Webinar
May
13

Corporate Disaster Philanthropy: Make the Most of Your Resources

Our country and the world has seen what feels like a never-ending stream of disasters - storms and wildfires, global pandemic, community unrest, economic distress - no communities or companies were left untouched by these challenges. Often, businesses are on the front lines with expertise, resources, and human capital to help their neighbors heal. Join the Center for Disaster Philanthropy to learn about their new report on COVID response funding and to discuss how your company's philanthropy can have the greatest impact during a time of crisis. We'll also be joined by corporate grantmaking peers from across the country to share their approach and hope you'll feel comfortable sharing some, too.

Speaker: Regine Webster, Vice President, Center for Disaster Philanthropy

Network Group Meeting
May
19

NCNG Member Call: Environmental Policy Update

For week 3 of Policy Month, Brian Buzby, Executive Director of the N.C. Conservation Network is back for his annual update and analysis about environmental policy. Join us to learn more about how this intersectional issue will show up in your community.

Webinar
May
26

NCNG Member Call: Education Policy Update

It's the final week of Policy Month, and we're giving this session some extra time - please note the adjusted start time of 10:30. There is a lot to cover in education - new requirements for virtual learning, Leandro recommendations, learning loss, budget implications, and so much more. Mebane Rash, President and CEO of EdNC will provide an overview and analysis to help us understand the implications for the 2021-2022 school year and beyond.

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