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  • Dazzling Data Stewardship

    Contains 3 Component(s)

    Learn best data practices to adopt to best support impact evaluation! Whether your organization is undergoing a technology revolution or simply trying to make the most of what it already has, these practices can ensure your data aligns with your mission and demonstrates your impact. Original air date: June 6, 2018

    Learn best data practices to adopt to best support impact evaluation! Whether your organization is undergoing a technology revolution or simply trying to make the most of what it already has, these practices can ensure your data aligns with your mission and demonstrates your impact.

    Part 2 of a three-part series. Part 1, "Moving to a Grant Management System: Big Data, Big Thinking, Big Impact," is also available for purchase/viewing.

    A joint program of the Southeast and Florida Regional Chapters.

    Original air date: June 6, 2018

    Sheila Kappeler-Finn

    CEO and Founder

    Duende Consulting

    Jeanne Petty

    Project Manager

    Appligent Document Solutions, Inc.

    Suni Sidhu

    Founder

    f28 Consulting

  • GDPR and Foundations

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Trends around the globe are towards more rigorous data privacy regulation. The EU (European Union) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was adopted by the EU Parliament in April 2016 and went into effect May 25, 2018. GDPR, a legal framework that sets guidelines for the collection and processing of personal information of individuals within the EU, is the most important change in data privacy regulation in two decades. Now, there is a great deal of uncertainty about how this might impact foundations. Slides from the June 2018 workshop hosted by the New York Regional Chapter.

    Trends around the globe are towards more rigorous data privacy regulation. The EU (European Union) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was adopted by the EU Parliament in April 2016 and went into effect May 25, 2018.

    GDPR, a legal framework that sets guidelines for the collection and processing of personal information of individuals within the EU, is the most important change in data privacy regulation in two decades. Now, there is a great deal of uncertainty about how this might impact foundations. 

    Slides from the June 2018 workshop hosted by the New York Regional Chapter.

  • Public Speaking: Leading and Facilitating Meetings

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Presenter Melissa Sines, PEAK Grantmaking's effective practices program manager, addresses common public speaking concerns and anxieties, and offers strategies that will help you become a more confident speaker. She also shares tips and tricks for effective, productive meetings. Slides from the June 2018 New England Regional Chapter presentation.

    Presenter Melissa Sines, PEAK Grantmaking's effective practices program manager, addresses common public speaking concerns and anxieties, and offers strategies that will help you become a more confident speaker. She also shares tips and tricks for effective, productive meetings.

    Slides from the June 2018 New England Regional Chapter presentation.

    Melissa Sines

    Effective Practices Program Manager

    PEAK Grantmaking

    Melissa works with internal teams, external consultants, volunteer advisory groups, and partner organizations to articulate and highlight the best ways to make grants--effective practices. This body of work will help to define the role of grants management in philanthropic institutions in the United States and across the world.

  • 10 Easy Ways to Improve Your Practices

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    Your applications, reporting, data, and communications can be better! Learn tips for improving grantmaking practices and connect virtually with other grants management professionals. These strategies, developed by PEAK Grantmaking from research and case studies, cover a range of practices and processes. Original air date: June 27, 2018

    Your applications, reporting, data, and communications can be better!

    Learn tips for improving grantmaking practices and connect virtually with other grants management professionals. These strategies, developed by PEAK Grantmaking from research and case studies, cover a range of practices and processes.

    Viewers will:

    • Learn 10 tips for implementing practices that will improve your grantmaking
    • Understand ways to reduce the burden on grantees – and your staff – of administering grants
    • Identify 2 – 3 quick wins they could implement back at their own organization

    Original air date: June 27, 2018

    Melissa Sines

    Effective Practices Program Manager

    PEAK Grantmaking

    Melissa works with internal teams, external consultants, volunteer advisory groups, and partner organizations to articulate and highlight the best ways to make grants--effective practices. This body of work will help to define the role of grants management in philanthropic institutions in the United States and across the world.

  • A Foundation Insider’s Eight Tips to Help You Win Your Next Grant

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    A handful of suggestions to increase the likelihood of your next proposal getting funded, from a veteran foundation CEO. Publication date: June 25, 2018

    A handful of suggestions to increase the likelihood of your next proposal getting funded, from a veteran foundation CEO. For a start, he encourages grantseekers to be informed and realistic.

    Publication date: June 25, 2018

    ​​Martin Teitel

    Former CEO

    Cedar Tree Foundation

  • Cross-Border Philanthropy and Counterterrorism Regulations: Guidance for U.S. Grantmakers

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    This report published by GuideStar examines the relevant regulations and U.S. agencies responsible for enforcing them; discusses the consequences of noncompliance; offers recommendations on how best to reduce the risks of diverting funds; and identifies key resources to help grantmakers stay on the right side of anti-terrorism laws. Publication date: May 2018

    This report published by GuideStar examines the relevant regulations and U.S. agencies responsible for enforcing them; discusses the consequences of noncompliance; offers recommendations on how best to reduce the risks of diverting funds; and identifies key resources to help grantmakers stay on the right side of anti-terrorism laws.

    Publication date: May 2018

    Andrzej Kozlowski

    Principal

    Paragon Philanthropy

    Kia Sullivan, Esq.

    Founder

    SourcePoint Philanthropy

  • CRM Integration for Nonprofits

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    CRM integration is the process of connecting your systems so they can pass data back and forth, giving your staff a more holistic view of your organization’s interactions that can improve fundraising, outreach, program delivery, and reporting. Review this publication to learn why you should integrate, what systems you should include, and how to plan for a smooth, successful integration project. Publication date: June 2018

    CRM Integration is the process of connecting your systems so they can pass data back and forth, giving your staff a more holistic view of your organization’s interactions that can improve fundraising, outreach, program delivery, and reporting.

    Review this publication to learn why you should integrate, what systems you should include, and how to plan for a smooth, successful integration project.

    Publication date: June 2018

  • How Philanthropy Shapes U.S. Supreme Court Rulings: A Quick Primer

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Philanthropy can help determine which cases reach the Supreme Court and how well they’re argued. Publication date: June 27, 2018

    Philanthropy can help determine which cases reach the Supreme Court and how well they’re argued.

    Publication date: June 27, 2018

    David Callahan

    Writer

    Inside Philanthropy

  • Making Reporting Mean More

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    PEAK Grantmaking’s Project Streamline proposes a rethinking of reporting to focus it directly and transparently on gathering only useful information that matters to your organization and to the fields you care about. Publication date: June 18, 2018

    PEAK Grantmaking’s Project Streamline proposes a rethinking of reporting to focus it directly and transparently on gathering only useful information that matters to your organization and to the fields you care about.

    Publication date: June 18, 2018

    Jessica Bearman

    Principal

    Bearman Consulting

    JESSICA BEARMAN (Bearman Consulting) works with foundations and other mission-based organizations, focusing on organization development, facilitation, planning, and project R&D to help them become more intentional, effective, and responsive to communities. 

    Jessica has been the lead consultant to PEAK Grantmaking’s Project Streamline since its inception, helping grantmakers to understand and minimize the burden of their application and reporting practices.Prior to her work in philanthropy, Jessica spent nine years in the nonprofit sector, where she experienced plenty of mystifying requirements. She has a Masters in Organization Development from American University/National Training Laboratory. Jessica loves living on an organic farm in Idaho with her husband, two wild boys, forty philosophical chickens, and thousands of industrious bees.

  • Significant Impact

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    If a grantee is large enough for there to be no risk of dependency, they will be too large for those small grants to have significant impact. And the reverse is true too: if the grantee is small enough that a small general operating grant makes a big difference, then there’s always the potential that losing that grant will be an issue. Publication date: June 27, 2018

    If a grantee is large enough for there to be no risk of dependency, they will be too large for those small grants to have significant impact. And the reverse is true too: if the grantee is small enough that a small general operating grant makes a big difference, then there’s always the potential that losing that grant will be an issue.

    Publication date: June 27, 2018

    Jessica Bearman

    Principal

    Bearman Consulting

    JESSICA BEARMAN (Bearman Consulting) works with foundations and other mission-based organizations, focusing on organization development, facilitation, planning, and project R&D to help them become more intentional, effective, and responsive to communities. 

    Jessica has been the lead consultant to PEAK Grantmaking’s Project Streamline since its inception, helping grantmakers to understand and minimize the burden of their application and reporting practices.Prior to her work in philanthropy, Jessica spent nine years in the nonprofit sector, where she experienced plenty of mystifying requirements. She has a Masters in Organization Development from American University/National Training Laboratory. Jessica loves living on an organic farm in Idaho with her husband, two wild boys, forty philosophical chickens, and thousands of industrious bees.