Member Benefits

Professional & Leadership Development

Learn from professional development opportunities designed for emerging, inclusive philanthropic professionals looking to center equity throughout their work and interactions.

Benefits include, but are not limited to:

  • Discounted access to EPIP national conferences and conference recordings
  • Virtual learning opportunities, including the Philanthropology™ curriculum, which uses a social justice framing to ground participants in the philanthropic sector
  • Leadership opportunities, including local and regional chapter leadership, national conference committee participation, and more
  • Opportunity to be featured in the EPIP Blog or Monthly Newsletter

Community Building

Build a community with a national network of emerging philanthropic professionals across the sector.

Benefits include, but are not limited to:

  • Chapter events across the country, including lunch & learns, social coffee chats, learning series, discussions with local and philanthropic leaders, and more
  • Communities of practice for people of color, emerging women leaders of color, and white allies

Advocacy & Innovation

Have your needs and concerns brought to the table as we work within the sector to build organizations where all staff can bring their full identities to the workplace. 

Benefits include, but are not limited to:

Individual Membership 

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Institutional Membership

Institutional members get access to all member benefits listed above - for the organization's full staff - and more! Download an overview of institutional member benefits here and contact [email protected] to join. (See more details on membership dues here). 



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  • Biz Ghormley
    published this page in Membership 2023-08-02 18:54:20 -0400
  • Nicole Savage
    commented 2019-05-07 14:31:05 -0400
  • Nicole Savage
    commented 2019-05-07 14:30:41 -0400
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