October 27 - 29, 2011 ~ Scottsdale, Arizona
The 20th Annual Meeting of The Philanthropy Roundtable will bring together some of our nation’s brightest minds and most inspiring leaders. Together we will explore how your private independent giving can—and does—solve America’s greatest challenges.
Join us at the Phoenician in Scottsdale, Arizona, October 27 - 29 for Can-Do Philanthropy: Solving America’s Greatest Challenges.
Join us in Amelia Island, Florida…
to Explore, Dream, Discover: The Power of Philanthropy
Your philanthropy has power - are you using it?
How will your giving maximize your influence
in 2010 and beyond?
At The Philanthropy Roundtable, we believe that the power of philanthropy - its strategic edge - is in discovering creative solutions to seemingly intractable problems, from education to science to human needs.
Register now for the conference.
More details to follow on ACR hosted panels at the Annual Meeting.
In this week’s Conference Notebook Ian Wilhelm, senior writer for The Chronicle of Philanthropy, reports on a number of major sessions at this year’s Annual Meeting.
Wilhelm captured some of the most notable moments from this year’s meeting, including learning how to go from good to great grantmakers by Jim Collins and the heated debate between Diana Aviv (Independent Sector) and Father Robert Sirico (Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty) over the dependence of charities on government dollars.
The Philanthropy Roundtable concluded another great gathering of donors and thought leaders in philanthropy
Thank you to all of the donors, speakers and guests who joined us at The Philanthropy Roundtable’s 2009 Annual Meeting.
We hope you enjoyed our lively and informative sessions on public policy issues, the political climate and communications.
If you missed an opportunity to meet the ACR Strategy Team or staff, send us a quick note here and we’ll get in touch with you.
Until next year!