Philanthropic Landscape 2011- The Pursuit of a Collective Impact

Giving USA reports that total charitable giving in the U.S. in 2010 was up 2.1%. But did St. Louis area nonprofits keep pace? Find out at The Rome Group’s PHILANTHROPIC LANDSCAPE 2011 event, July 14, 2011, 7:30-10:00 a.m. at Washington University’s Edison Theater. This free event features a summary of our own surveys of local nonprofits, grantmakers and individual donors, as well as a panel of local leaders currently engaged in Collective Impact initiatives.

Click here to Register to Attend!

Scheduled panelists include Jillian Callanan, chief community-building officer for Beyond Housing’s 24-1 initiativeStacy Clay, representing the College Access Pipeline projectBetsy Cohen, a leader with the St. Louis PetLover CoalitionKendra Copanas, director of the Maternal Child & Family Health Coalition; Bridget McDermott Flood, discussing Incarnate Word Foundation’s Marketplace of Ideas initiative in North St. Louis; Robert Fruend, CEO of the St. Louis Regional Health Commission; and Susan Trautman, executive director of Great Rivers Greenway.
Learn more about Collective Impact. Read this summary in the Stanford Social Innovation Review or watch the video above.
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