- The Forum's Regional Association members spent many months preparing their state delegations for their visits on the Hill.
- We got some great news a week before #FOTH16 when Senators John Thune and Ron Wyden introduced the CHARITY Act.
- Almost time!!
- — David Biemesderfer (@dbiemesderfer)Mon, Apr 11 2016 11:54:51
- — Philanthropy WV (@PhilanthropyWV)Tue, Apr 12 2016 02:40:21
- — NCFP (@familygiving)Mon, Apr 11 2016 19:05:56In honor of #FOTH16 3 shifts toward changing philanthropy’s advocacy narrative feat:@npoadvocacy @CampionAdvocacy https://www.ncfp.org/blog/2016/april-advocacy-campion-foundation …
- — Joanne Kelley (@JKelleyCO)Tue, Apr 12 2016 04:03:54
- Prior to the official midday start of Foundations on the Hill 2016, the Alliance for Charitable Reform (ACR) held its annual Summit for Leaders, which offered some great information on what's going on in DC right now and explored critical policy issues for the field.
- — Philanthropy WV (@PhilanthropyWV)Tue, Apr 12 2016 10:42:25
- — Charitable Reform (@ACReform)Tue, Apr 12 2016 12:18:26
- — Charitable Reform (@ACReform)Tue, Apr 12 2016 12:40:50Benjamin Keane: There have been 10 contested Republican conventions and 7 out of 10 times the winner was not leading in delegates #ACRSummit
Foundations on the Hill 2016
More than 160 philanthropy leaders from more than 30 states converged on Washington, DC on April 12-13, 2016 for Foundations on the Hill, presented by the Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers in partnership with the Council on Foundations.