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  • July 1, 2020—August 21, 2020Online

    2020 Change Leaders in Philanthropy Fellowship

    The Change Leaders in Philanthropy Fellowship is a 10-month peer cohort program for senior executives who are responsible for developing and guiding key change efforts in their organizations. Program participants will explore what it takes to lead transformational change through an individual, organizational and ecosystem lens. Participants will convene in-person and virtually with one another to learn, share resources and apply insights to their work in real-time.
    Remote Learning and Webinars
  • September 26, 2017—September 26, 2017Los AngelesCA

    The Role of Culture in Leading Change

    Leading change requires grantmakers to have a deep understanding of their own organizational culture and how it impacts the success of our nonprofit partners. But how we initiate conversations about culture within our organizations, and how we make the connection to our external work, are not always clear. Join this session with Grantmakers for Effective Organizations for an introduction to their nationally recognized culture framework—as well as a special opportunity to approach a “change challenge” through the lens of organizational culture. You’ll also get hands-on practice using several culture tools and peer-to-peer conversations to develop a better understanding of how your existing culture either supports or gets in the way of positive organizational change.
    GEO in the Field
  • GEOList Members Only

    GEOList Summary: Grant Management and CRM in One Software

    Is anyone using software that combines grant management and CRM on one platform? We have a demo with SmartSimple in a few weeks, but are interested to know what else is out there.
    • December 20, 2017
  • Perspective

    Placing big bets with the Change Incubator

    When GEO launched the Change Incubator last year, we were making three big bets. Six months in, we have plenty to fel good about.
    • April 1, 2016
  • GEOList Members Only

    GEOList Summary: Evaluating Foundation Impact on Community Change

    Does anyone have experience exploring ways to measure the impact of philanthropic efforts and investments on community initiatives, financial and otherwise? How are foundations measuring this impact and how are foundations attributing community change to their investments?
    • June 21, 2016
  • Perspective

    A New Role for Funders in Field Building Toward Social Change: Moving from Driving the Car to Filling the Tank

    The Bridgespan Group shares key findings from their new report that examines how funders and practitioners can work together to drive field-level social change.
    • March 30, 2020
  • GEOList Members Only

    GEOList Summary: Relationship Management Software

    We are interested in Organizational Relationship Management software for our relationships with grantees and community representatives. Are there other relationship software products that you'd recommend?
    • November 3, 2015
  • Publication

    Evaluating Community Change: A Framework for Grantmakers

    Philanthropy works to improve conditions in communities so that life is better for the people living in them. Grantmakers, including government funders, community foundations and private foundations that fund both locally and nationally, are investing in place-based community change efforts that take many forms.
    • June 24, 2014
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    Evaluating Community Change: A Framework for Grantmakers (text version)

    Philanthropy works to improve conditions in communities so that life is better for the people living in them. Grantmakers, including government funders, community foundations and private foundations that fund both locally and nationally, are investing in place-based community change efforts that take many forms.
    • June 24, 2014
  • Publication

    Catalyzing Networks for Social Change: A Funder's Guide

    Networks for social change can help with building new capacity for making progress on complex problems and achieving significant measurable results.
    • October 5, 2011