Upcoming National Programming
2017 Learning Tour
Dates TBD | Pittsburgh, PA
In 2017, we have tentative plans to do a Learning Tour in Pittsburgh, PA, with the Heinz Endowments Foundation, City of Pittsburgh, and Pittsburgh United—a coalition of community, labor, faith, and environmental organizations committed to advancing the vision of a community and economy that works for all people. The focus of the tour would be on strategic community and government approaches to economic inclusivity, equitable development, housing equity, and performance metrics and measures to improve the decision-making process for public resources. We will be sharing additional information about the learning tour by the end of the year.
Past National Programming
In-Person Meeting: 2017 Democratizing Development Program Planning
December 1-2, 2016 | New York City, New York
The advisory committee and program committee members held a two-day gathering to map out the direction and priorities of the 2017 plan.
October 26, 2016 | Webinar
This webinar examined democratic and participatory models where community stakeholders help decide how public resources should be allocated. Click here for the video recording, the slides, and a recap of the lessons shared.
October 6, 2016 | Webinar
This meeting provided an overview of the Democratizing Development Program and updates on programming and content, including the development of our national pooled fund strategy. Click here to view slides from the meeting.
September 19-21, 2016 | Aspen, CO
Neighborhood Funders Group and the Aspen Forum for Community Solutions hosted a funders' convening on place-based philanthropy. Learn about the Democratizing Development Program's session here.
We launched the Democratizing Development Program at NFG's 2016 National Convening with two workshops and a learning tour. Read more about them here.
Webinar: Game Changing Advancement in Fostering Opportunity: HUD's Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing (AFFH) Rule
May 4, 2016 | Webinar
This webinar helped viewers learn more about the AFFH rule and the critical role for philanthropy in fostering its game changing results for low-income people and communities. You can view the video recording and slides from this webinar here.