Community & Economic Development

26
Oct
9:00am - 10:30am
Online Zoom Meeting
Open to: 
PhilMO Full Members (free) & Non-Member Funders (free)
Funder Briefing: Two New Strategic Grantmaking Tools
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Join Philanthropy Missouri for a virtual, interactive funder briefing unpacking the Community Investment Explorer 2.0 regional capital flows map and the St. Louis Nonprofit Indicators report; two new...View Details
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8
Dec
2:00pm - 3:00pm
Online Zoom Meeting
Open to: 
All GCG Members (free)
Slide with the text Member Call 2020 Wrap Up
Join Gateway Center for Giving for a special end-of-year Member call. We'll share some quick updates on emerging topics of interest, reflect on 2020, and provide an opportunity for you to connect...View Details
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8
May
11:30am - 12:30pm
Online Zoom Meeting
Open to: 
All GCG Members (free) & Non-Member Funders ($50)
Desiree Colman Headshot
Lunch with Leaders is a unique leadership development program aimed at fostering the next generation of philanthropic sector leaders. New grantmakers and a rotating cast of experienced grantmakers...View Details
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23
Oct
9:00am - 10:30am
Commerce Bank, 15th Floor
Open to: 
Full GCG Members & Non-Member Funders
Racial equity is an imperative for social justice AND also a strategy for economic growth. Beyond an increase in economic output, advancing racial equity can translate into meaningful increases in...View Details
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14
Aug
9:00am - 10:30am
St. Louis Community Foundation Building; Fireside Room
Open to: 
All GCG Members (free) & Non-Member Funders ($50)
Join the Gateway Center for Giving for a casual conversation over coffee with Maxine Clark, Founder and CEO of Build-A-Bear Workshop, and Founder and Co-CEO of the Clark-Fox Family Foundation. Maxine...View Details
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14
Mar
8:30am - 11:00am
St. Louis Community Foundation Building; Board Room
Open to: 
GCG Full Members (free) & Non-Member Funders ($50)
Andy Theising standing on bus talking to seated funders
Near the beginning of this decade, journalist and editor Alan Ehrenhalt described a phenomenon that he called "The Great Inversion," where suburbs were becoming more like central cities (rising...View Details
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