→Philanos is the international network of women’s collective giving groups. The Spirit of St. Louis Women’s Fund is a founding member organization of the network. It supports the creation, development and expansion of collective giving circles by giving a national voice to the high-impact collective giving movement. Philanos at a Glance: • More than 17,500 women strong. • More than 70 member organizations worldwide. • Granted more than $140 Million to nonprofit organizations.
→The Women’s Philanthropy Institute The Women’s Philanthropy Institute exists to conduct, curate, and disseminate research that grows women’s philanthropy. Very interesting research website.
→Power Moves: Your Essential Philanthropy Assessment Guide for Equity and JusticeThis self-assessment toolkit, compiled by the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy, will assist in determining how well granters are building, sharing, and wielding power and identify ways to transform programs and operations for lasting, equitable impact. Their website includes ready-to-use guides and comprehensive resources to achieve high-impact giving.
Philanos Webinar on September 2020. Deborah Edward and Martha Cukor with Baltimore Women’s Giving Circle will share their organization’s virtual programming during the COVID 19 pandemic.
Colleen Willoughby’s (the Founder of the Women’s Collective Giving Movement) shares her reflections on 25 years in collective giving