Walk the Talk
PEAK Grantmaking is engaging grantmakers in conversation about their values—and how and whether those values show up in their grantmaking practices.
Regardless of whether they are stated explicitly, all grantmakers have core values that motivate and inform their work. However, those core values often aren’t reflected in their grantmaking practices. However, grantmaking practices are the most tangible indication to the world of a grantmaker’s values. When grantmaking practices and principles are out of sync, grantmakers unnecessarily tax their resources, the nonprofits they serve, and the goodwill of their supporters.
Throughout 2018, PEAK Grantmaking will offer insights from grantmaking institutions that have linked values to practices, provide tools for grants managers to advance the dialogue about values and practices in their own organizations, and increase grants managers’ capacity to elevate their organizations’ grantmaking.
Gateway Center for Giving (St. Louis) — March 29
Grantmakers Council of Rhode Island — April 11 (evening)
Grantmakers Council of Rhode Island — April 12 (morning)
Philanthropy Network of Greater Philadelphia (Philadelphia) — May 9
Philanthropy Delaware — May 15
Northern California Grantmakers (San Francisco) — May 22
Southern California Grantmakers (Los Angeles) — May 24
Philanthropy Ohio (Columbus) — June 12
Philanthropy Ohio (Cleveland) — June 13
Regional Associations of Grantmakers: we’d like to bring this workshop to your members, too! Please contact us to talk about how “walking the talk” can be valuable for grants managers, program officers, executive leaders, and even trustees!
PEAK Grantmaking — Helping Grantmakers Walk the Talk (Philanthropy News Digest)