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Trust-based Philanthropy Presentation

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June 2022
Trust-based philanthropy is informed by experience that funder-grantee relationships are stronger when they are built on the foundation of trust. These relationships: Center equity, humility and transparency. Recognize the power imbalance between funders and grantees, and work to actively rebalance it. Deeply value the quality of relationships, and honor how we treat others on the path to winning on our issues, as much as the act of winning itself. View the resources shared during a presentation to MCF's Corporate Community Affairs Network in June 2022.
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Native Nations and Communities 101

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March 2022
In March 2022, MCF and WASH-MN (We Are Still Here)* hosted a rich learning opportunity about Native Nations and communities. A recording of the presentation, linked here , introduces high-level topics specific to Native Nations and peoples, including what it means to be a Native Nation, the importance of treaties, basics of tribal citizenship and enrollment, and information on how to engage more effectively with Native communities. Viewers will gain base-level knowledge to help their foundations better understand and support Native communities and resources to continue learning. The session...
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Principles for Philanthropy: Introductory Presentation

Published: 
October 2021
MCF offers this PowerPoint deck as a tool for educating your colleagues, staff, board or community members about the Principles for Philanthropy. Ideas for using this PowerPoint deck: Use the whole deck to introduce all of the principles at a staff or board meeting. Focus on one slide – one of the 8 principles – for 15 minutes at the start of a meeting. Use the questions at the end of the deck to engage your team in discussing one principle – or the entire set of principles: What principles / concepts resonate most with your foundation? What principles / concepts do you think will feel...
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