Capacity Building

9:00am - 10:30am
Online Zoom Meeting
Open to: 
GCG Full Members (free) & Non-Member Funders ($50)
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Long-term mission sustainability in the nonprofit sector is increasingly challenged by the economic realities of our era. As COVID-19 and the impending recession affect large and small nonprofits in...View Details
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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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Responsible Adoption of AI in Philanthropy Webinar Recording >> Description Build your acumen in navigating the opportunities and pitfalls of the increasing prevalence of artificial intelligence (AI) in philanthropy and society. Join your Midwest colleagues and the Technology Association of Grantmakers for this timely and critically important primer on responsible AI adoption in philanthropy. Learn how the newly released AI Adoption Framework can help you consider AI adoption in three key areas (organizational, ethical and technical) and what you need to know as this technology evolves...
On February 8, 2024, grantmakers with an interest in equity and/or aging gathered to explore the intersection of those topics. This page conveys related program materials, including pre-reading, presentation recordings, and other resources. Resources are still being added. Click to Access: Agenda (also .pdf below) , Speaker Profiles , Program Recording , & Program Photos (pending) Pre-Reading Pre-Reading Report -- Aging Strong for All: Examining Aging Equity in the City of Boston (.pdf below) Pre-Reading Article -- "With Age, Blacks Fall Into Poverty as Their Health Worsens" (American...
Resources from our interactive virtual workshop designed for philanthropic staff and Board/Trustee leaders to learn more about how grantmaking practice affects the Missouri nonprofit workforce and identify opportunities to help build a more sustainable sector.
Through this program, funders received: An update on the first year of the Missouri Office of Childhood and its Director, Dr. Pam Thomas via virtual webinar recording. An update on the establishment of the Gateway Early Childhood Alliance and its Director, Katie Rahn. A deeper understanding of existing public funds to support early childhood providers, barriers to accessing those funds, and the role philanthropy can play in closing gaps. An opportunity to share their own collaborative or individual funding efforts in the early child space.


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