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Philanthropy, Faith, and Individual Giving

Dec 09, 2008  
01:36:11

This session focuses on individual philanthropists and how they express their faith and gratitude through philanthropy. Alicia Philipp moderates a panel discussion with Dorothy Davidson Cohen, M.Ed., Dave Markert, Wendy Moore, and Sunny Park, individual donors who share their stories of faith and philanthropy.

Mary Kay Incandela, American Greetings Corporation

Oct 27, 2008  
00:58:18

In this edition of the Coffee and Conversation with a Grantmaker series of programs, Mary Kay Incandela, director of corporate giving for American Greetings Corporation, discusses the charitable giving and community involvement of the American Greetings Corporation, including some history and background about the company, what its giving interests are, and how to approach the corporation for support.

Funding for Individual Artists

Oct 15, 2008  
01:47:47

Lila Kanner, executive director, describes Artadia's grant program and application process.

What You Need to Know to Apply to the National Endowment for the Arts

Oct 02, 2008  
01:01:24

Amy Stolls, literature program officer at the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), discusses NEA programs for individuals and nonprofits and common mistakes that are made when individuals apply. Includes tips on how to make a proposal stand out.

The Intersection of Philanthropy, Faith, and Race (segment 5 of 5)

Sep 24, 2008  
00:16:51

For the third installment of the Philanthropy and Faith series, three speakers—Dr. Robert Franklin, Lynn Walker Huntley, and Dr. Layli Phillips—share their thoughts about the intersection of philanthropy, faith, and race in a lively discussion moderated by Lesley Grady.

The Intersection of Philanthropy, Faith, and Race (segment 3 of 5)

Sep 24, 2008  
00:21:42

For the third installment of the Philanthropy and Faith series, three speakers—Dr. Robert Franklin, Lynn Walker Huntley, and Dr. Layli Phillips—share their thoughts about the intersection of philanthropy, faith, and race in a lively discussion moderated by Lesley Grady.

The Intersection of Philanthropy, Faith, and Race (segment 2 of 5)

Sep 24, 2008  
00:32:00

For the third installment of the Philanthropy and Faith series, three speakers—Dr. Robert Franklin, Lynn Walker Huntley, and Dr. Layli Phillips—share their thoughts about the intersection of philanthropy, faith, and race in a lively discussion moderated by Lesley Grady.

The Intersection of Philanthropy, Faith, and Race

Sep 24, 2008  
00:06:54

For the third installment of the Foundation Center - Atlanta's Philanthropy and Faith series, three speakers—Dr. Robert Franklin, Lynn Walker Huntley, and Dr. Layli Phillips—share their thoughts about the intersection of philanthropy, faith, and race in a lively discussion moderated by Lesley Grady.

Charter One Bank: Charitable Giving and Community Involvement

Sep 12, 2008  
00:28:10

Carrie Carpenter, vice president of public affairs, and Brittany O’Connor, manager of community affairs, join Cynthia Bailie, director of the Foundation Center-Cleveland, to discuss the Northeast Ohio charitable giving and community involvement of Charter One Bank.

Myths and Realities of Starting and Running a Nonprofit

Jul 17, 2008  
01:21:46

You feel called to start a nonprofit business but do you really know what you are getting into before you take that leap? Hear a panel of nonprofit founders/executive directors tell you what it's really like to run a start-up nonprofit.

Philanthropy, Faith, and the Environment

Jun 16, 2008  
01:23:45

Dr. Katy Hinman of Georgia Interfaith Power and Light; Reverend Dr. Gerald Durley from Providence Baptist Church; and Mr. Barry Berlin, representing Atlantic Trust and the Kendeda Fund, share their perspectives on the interrelationships among philanthropy, faith, and the environment and insights about the impact of making small changes to preserve the environment. Dr. Kathy Palumbo of The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta moderates this lively discussion.

Who's Giving Green?

Jun 12, 2008  
01:33:40

Foundation representatives talk about the types of environmental projects they support and what they look for in potential grantees.

Tips for Securing Successful Corporate Partnerships

Apr 18, 2008  
00:38:30

Nancy Lublin, CEO of Do Something, shares tips on getting your foot in the corporate door based on her success in partnering with corporations to support organizations she has led, including Dress for Success New York.

How Faith Communities Care for Those in Need

Jan 17, 2008  
01:28:55

Dr. Edward Queen, director of the D. Abbott Turner Program in Ethics and Servant Leadership at Emory University, speaks about how different religions interpret charity and philanthropy. A moderated discussion follows his presentation.