Don’t miss your chance to be a part of the 2013 EPIP National Conference! Secure your spot on the agenda by submitting a compelling, high-quality poster abstract for the EPIP Innovations Gallery. EPIP encourages a broad range of submissions. Selected EPIP members and conference attendees will display and be available to discuss posters on research and innovative ideas related to philanthropy. The EPIP Innovations Gallery will feature posters highlighting two critical and interrelated areas of research and strategy:
1) Strategies and Research on Giving, which would include findings on philanthropy itself, strategies for grantmaking, trends in giving, and may include interesting inquiries into motivations for giving, demographic trends, recent developments in emergency responses to disasters, etc; and
2) Research to Inform Giving, such as program evaluation findings of community-based programs and social change initiatives that offer implications for the field of philanthropy.
The focus of the session is research to action. All posters are required to offer possible actionable implications or recommendations for the field of philanthropy and social change.
The EPIP Innovations Gallery is a great opportunity for EPIP members to highlight what they know. If you worked on a project for school that you would like to share or if your foundation is involved in innovative grantmaking you’d like to highlight or if you have an creative idea for making the world a better place… the EPIP Innovations Gallery is for you.
To be considered for the EPIP Innovations Gallery, submit a 350-word abstract explaining your research or idea.
Submissions must be received by March 8, 2013 at 5PM Pacific Time.
Participants will be notified of the acceptance of their poster by March 15. Posters will be submitted subsequently as PDF files to EPIP for final production. If you have any questions contact, Kate Seely at email@example.com.
Thanks to Julia Kohn, EPIP NYC Member, for the creation of this concept!