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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Oct
20

Member Call: Racial Justice - In It For the Long Haul

This summer, ABFE and a coalition of Black philanthropic leaders outlined immediate needs, opportunities and goals for racial equity, calling on philanthropy to aid in dismantling the institutional policies and practices that disadvantage Black people and result in the racial disparities seen in COVID-19, police brutality and almost every indicator of well-being. Join us on Tuesday, Oct. 20, at 2:00 p.m. to learn more about this call-to-action, the recommendations these leaders have for philanthropy, and how one North Carolina foundation is working to decrease disparities. Our guests will be Susan Taylor Batten, president of ABFE, a Philanthropic Partnership for Black Communities, which spearheaded the effort, and Dr. Laura Gerald, president of the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust and a signatory to the statement.

Partner Meeting
Oct
28

Demographic Data for Insight, Impact, and Equity

Join us on Wednesday, Oct. 28, at 11:00 as we welcome PEAK Grantmaking President and CEO, Satonya Fair, JD, who will share PEAK's vision for more equitable grantmaking practices, with a specific focus on collecting and using demographic data to drive equity and impact. Come prepared to share how your organization is using data to drive change as well as challenges with tracking this data. Satonya will share some potential solutions and what PEAK is learning from its community of grants management professionals. You'll leave this session ready to start a conversation at your organization about how to use demographic data to track your progress toward more equitable grantmaking.

Webinar
Mar
08

NCNG Connected Conference

Save the date for the NC Connected Conference - March 8-11 and March 16-19! We’ll gather – online this year – to connect with one another, learn new skills, and work together to heal and strengthen North Carolina. Your Planning Committee and the NCNG team has been hard at work designing sessions, fun activities, and keynotes. Week one will be a more “traditional” conference format with learning breakouts and focused discussions. Week two will be dedicated to connecting through NCNG’s learning communities, and all are welcome to any session. While we know it will be a really different event, but we’re excited about the possibilities that being virtual can bring, and we know it will still be a fun and relevant learning experience!
 
 

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