This webinar, presented in partnership with the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy, will explore strategies family foundations can take to engage more deeply in grantmaking that builds toward long-term social change. The webinar will draw from case studies highlighted in NCRP’s new Families Funding Change report, as well as the real life experiences of family members and trustees who have made the transition toward social justice giving. Participants will leave with a greater understanding of how social justice can be a unifying framework for giving – whatever a family’s ideological diversity.
Board members, staff, advisors, and donors in family philanthropy.
The online webinar is only open for Family Foundations. You will need to set up a NCFP log in to register.
Special Offer: Guest registrations available!
NCFP is pleased to offer guest registrations for family foundation representatives that are members of the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy, as well as for other family foundation board and staff members interested in this topic. To join them for this event, please complete their simple guest registration form. You will receive instructions for joining the call approximately two days prior to the event.
Ashley Snowdon Blanchard
Ashley Snowdon Blanchard is the vice-president of the Hill-Snowdon Foundation and associate director of philanthropy at TCC Group, where she works with nonprofit organizations and foundations on strategic planning, program design and organizational development. In addition, Ashley is co-chair of the board of the Ms. Foundation for Women and was the founding co-chair of the Council on Foundation’s Next Generation Task Force. Ashley received a B.A. from Stanford University and a Masters in Public Policy from the Goldman School of Public Policy from the University of California, Berkeley, where she concentrated her studies on social welfare policy and nonprofit management.
Ryan Schlegel is research and policy associate for the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy. He joined NCRP in 2014 as development assistant to support the organization’s relationships with foundations and donors. Previously, he worked in development at Cultural Tourism DC, an organization devoted to celebrating the heritage and culture of the District of Columbia, and at his alma mater, the University of Maryland, in its student affairs division. Ryan holds a bachelor’s degree in government and politics from the University of Maryland, where he graduated with honors.