Community Impact

Community Care

Caring for our community means being a resource during challenging times. We are proud to respond to Emergency Needs & Disaster Relief and initiatives around Preventing Homelessness, that address Health & Hunger issues, provide care for Animals & the Environment, and assist with Placemaking through housing, transportation, and economic support.

Community Care

Caring for our community means being a resource during challenging times. We are proud to respond to Emergency Needs & Disaster Relief and initiatives around Preventing Homelessness, that address Health & Hunger issues, provide care for Animals & the Environment, and assist with Placemaking through housing, transportation, and economic support.

Empowerment & Success

A successful life is one filled with purpose. What that looks like for each of us differs, but the paths to reaching one’s greatest potential are common to all of us. We invest in Education, Academic Enrichment, Career Development, Scholarships & Mentoring, and opportunities to create Lifelong Connections so that everyone can be empowered to realize their dreams.

Empowerment & Success

A successful life is one filled with purpose. What that looks like for each of us differs, but the paths to reaching one’s greatest potential are common to all of us. We invest in Education, Academic Enrichment, Career Development, Scholarships & Mentoring, and opportunities to create Lifelong Connections so that everyone can be empowered to realize their dreams.

Belonging & Culture

To have a place or group where you belong inspires passion and creativity. By supporting organizations whose work Bridge Generations and Unites the Community around Cultural Development & the Arts, we are here to help build the community we all want to live in.

Belonging & Culture

To have a place or group where you belong inspires passion and creativity. By supporting organizations whose work Bridge Generations and Unites the Community around Cultural Development & the Arts, we are here to help build the community we all want to live in.

In the Spotlight

January 1, 2021

Completing the Circle

Dear Friends: Most of us crave clean-cut beginning and end points throughout life. Traditions guide us, or at least mark stages in our lives, helping us reflect on who we were, who we are, and…

Announcements

Upcoming Events

Impact Evaluation Skill #3 - Communicating Our Impact

Nonprofit Workshops & Training

  • Monday , January 25 , 2021 at 2:30 p.m. Eastern Time (U.S. and Canada)
  • Zoom Meeting

This third skill building session is all about communicating your impact, both internally to help improve programs and externally to raise more money. The session will first provide an agenda and tips for having internal data discussions. We will then talk about two approaches to sharing your impact story and tips for giving presentations that include data. You’ll also see examples of how to share key messages through infographics. No matter what your skill level, you’ll walk away with new information. Dr. Robertson will present the basic skill and then present options for different skill levels, experience, and organizational size. While everyone is welcome, this session is recommend for Executive Directors, fundraising staff, program staff, and anyone who helps collect data and works with data.

Jan 25 , 2021

Impact Evaluation Skill #3 - Communicating Our Impact

Nonprofit Workshops & Training

  • Tuesday , January 26 , 2021 at 2:30 p.m. Eastern Time (U.S. and Canada)
  • Zoom Meeting

This third skill building session is all about communicating your impact, both internally to help improve programs and externally to raise more money. The session will first provide an agenda and tips for having internal data discussions. We will then talk about two approaches to sharing your impact story and tips for giving presentations that include data. You’ll also see examples of how to share key messages through infographics. No matter what your skill level, you’ll walk away with new information. Dr. Robertson will present the basic skill and then present options for different skill levels, experience, and organizational size. While everyone is welcome, this session is recommend for Executive Directors, fundraising staff, program staff, and anyone who helps collect data and works with data.

Jan 26 , 2021