1. NTEN Webinar: The Mobile Nonprofit

    EPIP’s new partner, The Nonprofit Technology Network, is hosting a free webinar to help prepare non-profits to capitalize on the mobile revolution.  Take this opportunity to learn how non-profits can utilize new platforms and build on best practices to thrive in an increasingly competitive mobile environment. The webinar will feature...

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  2. Q&A with Edgar Villanueva

    EPIP’s Summer Intern, Chad Salter, recently had a conversation with Edgar Villanueva, Program Officer at Marguerite Casey Foundation and member of EPIP’s Board of Advisors about his path in philanthropy.  Following is an excerpt from their conversation. Chad Salter: How did you become interested/involved in philanthropy (what has been your...

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  3. EPIP Webinar: Open-Sourcing Social Change on 8/19/13

    YOU MUST RSVP at Eventbrite to ensure you receive the information.  Webinar access info will be sent a few days prior to the webinar.  EPIP members can contact michael@epip.org for the Eventbrite access code needed for free registration. Monday, August 19th 3-4pm EDT Free for EPIP Members $10 for Non-members Open-Sourcing Social Change: Engaging...

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  4. On Being Young in Philanthropy

    Allie Yee is a fellow at the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation and an EPIP member. She responded to the EPIP summer challenge asking EPIP members to share the ways they are exercising leadership this summer. This is Allie’s story.  “I don’t know anything about nonprofit financials.” That’s what I said to...

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  5. Emerging leaders and the March for Jobs and Justice

    August 28th, 2013 marks the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington. It marks a pivotal day in American history when citizens forced two institutions, the Department of Labor and The department of Justice, to acknowledge issues of economic and civil inequality. 50 years later, Americans will convene and march...

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  6. Wit and Wisdom: Three Things Philanthropy Can Do to Prevent More Deaths Like Trayvon’s

    This post was authored by Paul Bachleitner, Project Director of Joint Affinity Groups (JAG) and was originally published on the JAG Blog. It appears here as part of the EPIP-JAG blogging partnership, “Wit and Wisdom”. Less than three weeks ago, the not guilty verdict in the trial of George Zimmerman for the shooting...

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  7. A Long History of Protecting Our Castles: Why the Zimmerman Verdict Should Matter to Young People with Wealth Committed to Building a Better World

    This post originally appeared on the Resource Generation blog and was written by Ashley Horan, James Schaffer, Sarah Abbott, and Isaac Lev Szmonko of Resource Generation. “Justice was always going to elude Trayvon Martin, not because the system failed, but because it worked. Martin died and Zimmerman walked because our entire political...

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  8. Gender Equity

    EPIP members are invited to take part in an upcoming Web Conference on gender equity, presented by Riki Wilchins, National Council on Gender and Executive Director, TrueChild and Andrew Levack, MPH, Director, U.S. Programs, EngenderHealth. Details: “Gender transformative programs: Lessons learned from HIV prevention and other health programs” Tuesday, July 30, 2013...

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  9. Let’s Talk About Race

    I often describe EPIP gatherings as scenes that evoke images reminiscent of a United Colors of Benetton advertisement. Our members come in all hues and orientations. That is the beauty of our organization. We are extremely diverse and comfortable coming together to discuss how we can work to make the...

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  10. Grantmaking School Courses, Member Discount!

    EPIP Members, We wanted to remind you of a member benefit that is yours to take advantage of. The Grantmaking School gives $250 in discounts to current EPIP members in good standing. Take advantage of the following courses: Advanced Grant Portfolio Management-Aug. 20-21 in New Orleans, LA Grant Financial Analysis-Sept...

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