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Foundation and donor-advised fund giving has changed over the last several years, and we can see strands of philanthropic reform emerging. These reform efforts are largely voluntary. But true philanthropic reform will require government laws and regulations to change. One example is AB 2936 (Wicks), the donor-advised fund transparency bill that CalNonprofits co-sponsored earlier this year.

With Inequality.orgNonprofitAF, and Community-Centric Fundraising, we are co-hosting two FREE national town halls on philanthropic reform:

Town Hall I: What’s Broken in the Foundation and Donor Landscape? 
Monday, September 21, 11:00 am – 12:15 pm Pacific

Register here (both Town Halls are free, but separate registration for each is required)

Town Hall II: Fixing Philanthropy for Communities
Wednesday, October 5th, 11:00 am – 12:15 pm Pacific

Register here (both Town Halls are free, but separate registration for each is required)

Can't make it to the live Town Halls? Register anyway and we'll send you the recordings!

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