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ABFE
Susan Batten, President and CEO
T: 646-230-0305
Based in the United States

ABFE

Mission: To promote effective and responsive philanthropy in Black communities. 
History: Forty-two years ago a group of foundation executives organized themselves in protest at the annual Council on Foundations membership meeting to demand an agenda that reflected the needs and interests of Black communities in the US. This small group, led by James A. Joseph, secured a charter from the Council on Foundations that eventually would establish the first of many affinity groups.
 

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Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy (AAPIP)
Noelle Ito, Senior Director, Community Philanthropy
T: 415-273-2760
Based in the United States
Chapters throughout the United States

Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy (AAPIP)

Mission: Founded in 1990, AAPIP, is a national member-supported philanthropic advocacy organization dedicated to advancing philanthropy and Asian American/Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities. Our members include foundations, staff and trustees of grantmaking institutions, and nonprofit organizations in ten regional chapters across the United States. AAPIP engages communities and philanthropy to address unmet needs; serves as a resource for and about AAPI communities; supports and facilitates giving by and to AAPI communities; and incubates new ideas and...

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Community Investment Network
Dr. Erin H. Moore, Executive Director
T: 800-711-1186
Based in the United States
Chapters throughout the United States

Community Investment Network

Mission: The Community Investment Network inspires, connects and strengthens African Americans and communities of color to leverage their collective resources to create the change THEY wish to see.

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Confluence Philanthropy
Dana Lanza, CEO
T: 212-812-4367
Based in the United States

Confluence Philanthropy

Mission: Confluence has four strategic goals:
1. To accelerate the field of mission-related investing by fostering systemic thinking, effective cross-sectoral partnerships; and creating a space for philanthropic innovation to emerge;
2. To build a network of practice and philanthropic leadership in mission-related investing through education, outreach, and peer-to-peer learning;
3. To increase the capacity of foundations and donors to practice mission-related investing by providing technical assistance;
4. To provide our members a strong...

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EDGE Funders Alliance
T: 415-577-1177
Based in the United States

EDGE Funders Alliance

Mission: EDGE Funders Alliance addresses the systemic nature of the social, economic and ecological crises threatening the future of our planet. By supporting reflection and collaboration among members and forging strategic partnerships in and outside philanthropy, EDGE works to increase resources for community well-being and transnational organizing in ways that promote justice and build lasting, meaningful change.

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Exponent Philanthropy
Henry L. Berman, Chief Executive Officer
T: 202-580-6560
Based in the United States

Exponent Philanthropy

Mission: We empower philanthropists to leverage their resources and amplify their impact.

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Funders' Committee for Civic Participation
Irene Schwoeffermann, Program Director
T: 202-271-5805
Based in the United States

Funders' Committee for Civic Participation

Mission: The Funders' Committee for Civic Participation (FCCP) exists to promote civic participation as a key to making our democracy work. We serve leaders in the philanthropic community working to further this vision with heightened attention to issues of equity and historically disenfranchised and underrepresented communities. Our members support non-partisan efforts to engage voters, eliminate structural barriers to voting, advance reforms to improve government and electoral systems, and inspire public involvement in civic life. FCCP provides funders with a...

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Generous Justice
Rabbi Regina Sandler-Phillips, Project Director
T: 347-526-5168
Based in the United States

Generous Justice

Mission: Nedivut Tzedek / GENEROUS JUSTICE is an intergenerational network of Jewish learning circles for just giving. We catalyze a renewal of the Jewish values and practices of heshbon—spiritual and financial accountability—through study, storytelling, supportive action / reflection, and cultural development. Participants learn how we vote with our daily money choices for the state of our world, and how to mobilize the power of those choices for social change as well as for greater personal fulfillment.

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Giving What We Can
T: +44 7858 520063
Based in the United Kingdom
Chapters in The United States, Australia, Europe and Canada

Giving What We Can

Mission: We believe that people in the developed world have an amazing opportunity to substantially improve the lives of countless people at the other end of the global income scale. Our members pledge to give at least 10% of their income to the organisations which can do the most good with their donations to help people in developing countries. We use evidence to identify those organisations and share our findings. By forming a global community and making public our commitment to effective giving, we can inspire others and ensure that we make a real impact on...

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Global Philanthropy Forum
T: 415-293-4657
Based in the United States
Chapters in Africa & South America

Global Philanthropy Forum

Mission: A project of the World Affairs Council of Northern California, the Global Philanthropy Forum aims to build a community of donors and social investors committed to international causes, and to inform, enable and enhance the strategic nature of their work. Through an annual conference, a summer seminar, special events and conference call programs, the GPF connects donors to issues; to effective strategies; to potential co-funding partners; and to emblematic agents of change from around the world. By building, and continually refreshing a lasting...

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Grand Street - A Giving Community Founded by 21/64
T: 212-931-0129
Based in the United States

Grand Street - A Giving Community Founded by 21/64

Mission: The goals of Grand Street are as follows:
To build a network of young Jews in similar positions of philanthropic responsibility. To create a space where members can find personal development in the philanthropic realm with their peers and outside of their family foundations. To invite participants to ask their own questions. To develop their Jewish analysis and capacity for strategic thinking.

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Harvest Time
Rosemary Feerick, Director
T: 408-960-9139
Based in the United States

Harvest Time

Mission: Harvest Time invites Christians of wealth to come together in circles to engage with money as a doorway to spiritual transformation at the personal, communal and systemic levels. By "Christians of wealth" we mean people who come from the culture of wealth or who understand themselves to have more than enough money in a world where too many do not have what they need to survive. Harvest Time is rooted in the Christian tradition and welcomes people of all faiths who feel called to sit in our circles as we walk and grow together along the path of Spirit in...

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Hispanics in Philanthropy
Diana Campoamor, President
T: 415-223-8260
Based in the United States

Hispanics in Philanthropy

Mission: HIP's mission is to strengthen Latino communities by increasing resources for the Latino and Latin American civil sector; by increasing Latino participation and leadership throughout the field of philanthropy; and by fostering policy change to enhance equity and inclusiveness.

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International Funders for Indigenous People
Evelyn Arce - Executive Director
T: 415-580-7982
Based in the United States

International Funders for Indigenous People

Mission: Our Mission is to Convene and Educate Donors to Build Capacity and Enhance Funding Partnerships that Improve the Lives of Indigenous Peoples Around the World.

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International Human Rights Funders Group
T: 646-381-7580
Based in the United States

International Human Rights Funders Group

Mission: The International Human Rights Funders Group (IHRFG) is a global network of donors and grantmakers committed to advancing human rights around the world through effective philanthropy. Our overarching goal is to assist funders in strengthening the impact and strategic effectiveness of their human rights grantmaking.

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Jewish Funders Network
Samantha (Beinhacker) Anderson, Director of Member Services
T: 212-726-0177, x210
Based in the United States

Jewish Funders Network

Mission: JFN works with Jewish funders, at the individual and collective levels, to improve the quality of their giving and maximize their impact as they make the change they want to see in the world. JFN leverages the power and the creativity of networks to produce change in the Jewish World.
JFN's values remain the ethical underpinning of everything we do. We represent a broad spectrum of beliefs and attitudes in our membership. We do not shy away from confronting difficult issues, encouraging respectful dialogue, and making hard choices guided by the...

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National Center for Family Philanthropy
T: 202-293-3424
Based in the United States

National Center for Family Philanthropy

Mission: The National Center for Family Philanthropy (NCFP) is the only national nonprofit dedicated exclusively to families who give and those that work with them. NCFP provides the research, expertise and networking opportunities necessary to inspire our national network of giving families every step of the way on their philanthropic journey. Families learn how to transform their values into effective giving that makes a positive and enduring impact on the communities they serve. Together, we make great things happen.

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Native Americans in Philanthropy
Y. Elaine Stephens, Director of Development and Communications
T: 612-724-8798
Based in the United States
Chapters throughout the United States

Native Americans in Philanthropy

Mission: Native Americans in Philanthropy (NAP) board and members hold a VISION of healthy and sustainable communities enhanced by the Native spirit of generosity. This vision inspires and motivates member engagement through our MISSION which is to advance philanthropic practices grounded in Native values and traditions.

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Nexus Global Youth Summit
T: 202-534-1163
Based in the United States
Chapters: Africa, Asia, Australia, Brazil, Caribbean, China, Europe, India, Japan, S. Korea, Mexico, Middle East, N. Africa, Russia, Singapore, Switzerland, Thailand, Vietnam

Nexus Global Youth Summit

Mission: The mission of Nexus is to catalyze new leadership for addressing local and global problems.

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Opportunity Collaboration
Topher Wilkins, CEO
T: 303-956-8431
Based in the United States
Global Memberships
Annual Conference in Mexico

Opportunity Collaboration

Mission: Opportunity Collaboration is an international network of nonprofit leaders, for-profit social entrepreneurs, grant-makers and impact investors engaged in economic justice enterprises anchored by our annual four-day problem-solving, strategic retreat. On World Poverty Day, we break down the silos of unproductive competition and go beyond the boundaries of conventional poverty alleviation. The gathering leverages resources, shares innovations, enlists allies, builds coalitions and creates force multipliers.

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OutGiving
D. Lance King Vice President, Donor Resources
T: 303-292-4455
Based in the United States

OutGiving

Mission: OutGiving is a network of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT), and allied donors who are passionate about advancing LGBT equality through philanthropy.

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Pangea
T: 206-242-9465
Based in the United States

Pangea

Mission: Pangea informs and engages members in supporting the efforts of grassroots organizations in the developing world to solve social, economic and environmental issues, through financial assistance, on-going partnerships and site visits.

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Play BIG
Marian Moore
T: 612-377-2702
M: 612-817-2426
Based in the United States

Play BIG

Mission: Play BIG seeks to support individual wealth holders who want to activate their whole portfolio (investing, lending, giving etc) to be in greater alignment with values of environmental regeneration and social equity. We do this through hosting an ongoing series of intimate gatherings designed to inspire and inform through stories, case studies, one-on-one consultations and facilitated peer coaching. While Play BIG is supportive of action, it is grounded in a recognition of the humanity of the philanthropist/investors we serve.

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Rachel's Network
Thu Pham, President and CEO
T: 202-659-0846
Based in the United States

Rachel's Network

Mission: Rachel's Network's mission is to promote women as impassioned leaders and agents of change dedicated to the stewardship of the earth.

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Resource Generation
Jessie Spector, Executive Director
T: 413-250-6666
Based in the United States
Chapters throughout the United States

Resource Generation

Mission: Resource Generation organizes young people with wealth and class privilege to leverage resources for social change.

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Social Venture Partners Network
Ruth Jones, CEO
T: 206-728-7872
Based in the United States
32 SVP member organizations in five countries Globally

Social Venture Partners Network

Mission: SVP builds powerful relationships among people and organizations that are out to make the world a better place. With a network of more than 2700 engaged donors in 32 cities, we help individuals amplify their giving, fund and strengthen nonprofits and equip our communities to tackle our greatest social challenges - together.

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Based in the United States

Solidaire

Mission: We envision a world where everyone has enough and where all people, from every walk of life, have the opportunity to flourish. We see economic inequality, climate change, and the perpetuation of racism as devastating crises. And we seek, not simply palliative solutions, but deep, structural transformations that will enable everyone to live with dignity and joy.
Working together, as donors, organizers, artists, entrepreneurs, investors, connectors, and visionaries, we aim to address the deep systemic causes of injustice and inequality by supporting...

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The Funding Network
Sonal Shenai, Executive Director
T: +44(0) 8453138449
Based in the United Kingdom/United States
With Global Chapters

The Funding Network

Mission: TFN's mission is to build diverse communities of engaged donors who want to connect with individuals and organizations working for social change and collectively provide them with the resources they need to achieve their goals. These resources will primarily be financial however they may additionally include volunteering, pro bono services and moral support.We do this by staging open events in cities around the world which enable people of all levels of wealth to hear from those working for social change and to participate, should they wish, in an...

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The Philanthropy Workshop
Lauren Evans, Program Coordinator
T: 415-651-4240
Based in the United States

The Philanthropy Workshop

Mission: TPW's mission is to educate, inspire, and activate a peer network of effective, engaged, and innovative philanthropists.
TPW is a distinctive provider of lifelong strategic donor education and networking, substantive engagement with philanthropic communities, and encouraging environments for philanthropic innovation. Our programs provide forward-thinking philanthropists with a strategic framework and innovative set of skills, tools, investment models, and resources that yield an amplifier effect on their philanthropic giving and...

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Threshold Foundation
T: 415-561-6300
Based in the United States
Chapters throughout the United States

Threshold Foundation

Mission: Threshold is a progressive foundation and a community of individuals united through wealth, who mobilize money, people and power to create a more just, joyful and sustainable world.

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Wealth & Giving Forum
Glen Macdonald, Founder and President
T: 908-510-5310
Based in the United States

Wealth & Giving Forum

Mission: The Wealth & Giving Forum was founded in 2003 to promote greater generosity among individuals and families of significant means and to make more resources available for good causes. It provides unique opportunities to exchange ideas among families who are dedicated to making intelligent decisions about their philanthropy. The Wealth & Giving Forum is for experienced donors who seek to accelerate and optimize their own giving, and for emerging donors who wish to embark on the noble journey of using their wealth to make a difference.

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Women Donors Network
Shanthi Gonzales, Membership & Program Coordinator
T: 415-814-1333
Based in the United States

Women Donors Network

Mission: WDN is a community with a purpose. Together we connect, learn and take action to further our shared vision of a more just, equitable and sustainable world. As a community, WDN recognizes the systemic nature of the many challenges we face as a society. We are committed to using an intersectional lens - including race, class, gender and sexual orientation - throughout our work. WDN programs are designed to ignite change, providing donors with opportunities to support progressive movement-building as we deepen our knowledge, work in partnership with...

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Women Moving Millions
T: 212-260-4891
Based in the United States

Women Moving Millions

Mission: WOMEN MOVING MILLIONS is a community of individuals who have made gifts and pledges of one million or more to organizations / initiatives promoting the advancement and empowerment of women and girls. We believe that women and girls are the single best investment towards creating healthy societies, economic growth, and global stabilization. What is good for women is good for everyone.
WOMEN MOVING MILLIONS is composed of women (and a few good men) whose mission is to strengthen the women's movement by inviting women into their power, raising their...

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