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The Exchange 2019

Sector: Nonprofit

The Exchange 2019

The theme of The Exchange 2019 is Shaping the Future Together: Philanthropy as Change Capital. During the two days, speakers will address a range of topics related to this theme, including the future of our democracy, economy, education system, and health system, among others. A variety of transformational approaches will be featured, including multi-sector collaboration, movement … Continued

Iris House 14th Annual Women as the Face of AIDS Summit

Iris House has produced thirteen Women as the Face of AIDS Summits over the last decade. Thousands of consumers, health care professionals, non-profit staff members, academics, and policy workers have joined us to present, to listen, to learn, and to share ideas on how to improve the lives of women and men living with HIV. … Continued

The Funders’ Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities Annual Conference: Power Forward

The Funders’ Network (TFN) 2019 Annual Conference explores how philanthropy can leverage the social sector’s collective power to create communities and regions that are truly sustainable and just. In the following breakout session, TCC Group Partner & Director of Nonprofit Strategy and Capacity Building Julie Simpson will speak with grantees of the Kansas Health Foundation … Continued

2019 National HIV Prevention Conference

Combatting Stigma in Diverse Populations In 2017, ViiV Healthcare launched the Positive Action for Youth (PAFY) and Positive Action for Women (PAFW) grant programs. PAFY supports grantees working on supporting youth living with HIV as they transition from youth to adult HIV care. PAFW supports grantees working with women of color living with HIV (inclusive … Continued

Grantmakers in Health Annual Conference: Nonprofit Capacity Building

This session—titled “Nonprofit Capacity Building”—will examine how foundations are applying a variety of capacity building approaches to enhance nonprofit effectiveness and resilience, particularly in light of the changing health policy landscape. Strengthening a nonprofit’s ability to move toward financial stability, build internal management and operations, and plan for sustainability enables the organization to better achieve … Continued

Funding Is Not Enough: Building the Supply Side of the Capacity Building Ecosystem

Through its Capacity Building 3.0 framework, TCC Group has partnered with dozens of foundations, nonprofits, government agencies, corporations, and local capacity builders in regions throughout the U.S. over the past few years, exploring ways they can acknowledge their respective roles in a larger ecosystem of change.   This session will focus on the critical role … Continued

Strategic Planning: Is Your Board Ready?

When considering whether to embark on a strategic planning project, there are a number of questions for an organization to consider. Have you done planning previously and, if so, how did it turn out? Will you do this yourselves or might you need an outside consultant? If the latter, do you have a budget? By … Continued

Disrupting the Current Capacity Building Landscape

To solve the complex social sector challenges facing us today, we are evolving from discreet organizations attempting to achieve individual missions into communities willing to explore a more effective way to build our capacity to make change. This ecosystem approach tends to “disrupt” the traditional ways we have addressed the “who”, the “what,” and the … Continued

Stepping Into the Fight: How Health Funders can use Legal Advocacy as a Strategy to Make Change

This Quick Take session will introduce participants to advocacy strategies focused on creating change within the legal environment. TCC Group will share recent work, supported by Atlantic Philanthropies, about considerations for using legal advocacy, how it connects with more traditionally funded strategies, and how to evaluate this work. Attorney Judith Stein, of the Center for … Continued

Funding to Drive Sustainability and Impact

Most nonprofits lack the funding and expertise they truly need to support their infrastructure, systems, leadership, and strategy development—the things they need not just to survive, but to thrive. Locally, however, there are new programs and models that provide this critical funding and support, including a County-wide initiative that ties it all together. Join us at this … Continued