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November Nonprofit Events in New York

Future Leaders in Philanthropy recommends events in New York City. Meet, greet and network with other nonprofit professionals in the city.

Running for Funding

The marathon, once considered a grueling sport open only to elite male athletes, is quickly gaining in popularity among both endurance runners and casual joggers. In fact, the most prominent races are now selling out their spots just hours after opening for registration.

3 Ways Young People Can Develop Their Nonprofit Careers; Thank You, from Changing Our World, Inc.

3 Ways Young People Can Develop Their Nonprofit Careers Two weeks ago, FLiP attended the Second Annual YNPN-NYC’s (Young Non-profit Professionals Network of New York City) Professional Development Fair at the University Settlement. Amidst the energy, the business cards, and the networking, the event also featured a panel discussion titled “Leadership and Your Professional Development“, […]

Event Report—Young Nonprofit Professionals Network Professional Development

On Friday evening in New York City, young nonprofit professionals and interested individuals gathered for a panel discussion and professional development networking event. Sponsored by NYC’s Young Nonprofit Professionals Network and attended by FLiP and Changing Our World, the event brought together nonprofit employers, networks, and career seekers new to the field.

Eat, Drink, and be Philanthropic

Starting in October, refer to FLiP for monthly postings highlighting independent philanthropic events in major US cities. This month, join FLiP for our kickoff event in NYC on October 14th!

Join us at the Irish Exit on October 14th

Join members of FLiP to celebrate the launch of its new website on October 14, 2010 at the Irish Exit.

You’re invited to *spark! on May 3rd – The Spring Benefit for the Acumen Fund

FLiP’s very good friend Nina Sharma West gave us a nudge about the Acumen Fund’s spring benefit, *spark! Igniting Change in an Interconnected World. Check out details below and RSVP by clicking on the image. Cheers!

The Social Impact Exchange Launches

Collaboration is the name of the game these days, right FLiPs?  Check out this new one — it’s a first-of-its-kind collaboration of philanthropic funders, practitioners, researchers and others designed to make it easier for top-performing social programs to expand widely to communities that need them. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Growth Philanthropy Network and Duke […]

A New Spin on Things: Responding to Increasing Challenges in Microfinance

On Monday, September 21st, Women’s World Banking, a network of 40 leading microfinance institutions and banks in 29 countries that bring financial products and services to low-income women entrepreneurs, launched the Center for Microfinance Leadership.   MasterCard Foundation, founding sponsor of the Center, provided $3.1 million in funding to jumpstart the effort.  Also among the Center’s […]

Idealist Grad School Fairs: Coming Soon to a City Near You!

Jung Fitzpatrick from Idealist wrote in to announce an upcoming series of Idealist graduate school fairs. If you, or anyone you know, are thinking of going to grad-school next year for a degree with social impact, join the Idealist team at one of the 17 fairs they’ll be hosting in North America this fall (registration is free).