Upcoming Events

Upcoming events for Jewish Funders Network, and selected third-party events of interest to JFN members.

  • Next Gen Board Leadership Training (Third Party Event)

    Thursday, May 24, 2018 at 06:00 PM EDT through June 21, 2018
    The Jewish Museum in New York, NY

    Five consecutive weekly evening sessions, Thursday nights from May 24th – June 21st, 6 PM – 9 PM ET.

    Dinner will be served.

    Who Should Attend? Millennials and Gen Xers currently serving or preparing to serve on a nonprofit board.

    Cost: $1,800 participant fee.

    Nonprofit board participation is a big responsibility, and individuals joining boards for the first time can feel unprepared to adopt the role of board member with confidence. 21/64 has partnered with The Paul and Jenna Segal Foundation to create a course that empowers the next generation to serve as leaders, and to acquire the skills and know-how to be successful board members. 

    The course will be a fusion of experiential learning and purposeful skill building, designed to cultivate the next generation of board members who are well informed and trained to take on the role of board member effectively. Rather than reinventing the wheel by offering just another course pertaining to board governance, this course will layer on a critically important generational lens and allow next gen participants to find their voice and learn about their unique opportunity to lead.

    More info & registration >>

  • Foundations 101 Virtual Seminar Series (Third Party Event)

    Wednesday, May 30, 2018 at 02:00 PM EDT
    Online

    JFN members are eligible for a 20% discount! See discount code (logged-in members only) >>

    Get up to speed on foundation essentials with this series of virtual seminars on the key components of running a foundation: getting started, governance basics, legal issues, grantmaking, and investments. Learn the basics about the importance and the impact of each facet of foundation operations and come away with usable tips.

    Series Schedule — Wednesdays every 2 weeks, 2:00pm – 3:00pm EDT

    JFN member discount information >>

    Full information & RSVP >>

  • JFN Israel Member Event | Hope: Finding Motivation to Make Change (with Dan Ariely)

    Tuesday, June 19, 2018 at 07:30 PM IDT
    Address provided upon RSVP in Tel Aviv, Israel
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    JFN members and other eligible funders are invited to an event in Tel-Aviv at the home of Noa and Yoav Shoham. Our program for the evening includes Prof. Dan Ariely on creating hope and making change. And—as always—good food, good company, and interesting conversations.

    We look forward to seeing you!

    This event is for JFN members and other eligible funders only. Non-members: inquire about attending at jfnisrael@jfunders.org

    Spouses are welcome. Solicitation of funds is not permitted.

    Please RSVP by May 31st.

  • Exponent Philanthropy’s 2018 National Conference (Third Party Event)

    Friday, September 28, 2018 at 09:00 AM EDT through September 30, 2018

    The premier event for foundations with few or no staff, philanthropic families, and individual donors

    JFN members are eligible for a $100 discount! See discount code (logged-in members only) >>

    Join more than 1,000 funders September 28–30 in Philadelphia—with its colonial history, burgeoning restaurant scene, and walkable Center City—to gain knowledge, skills, and connections that will fuel your passions, foster relationships, and inform your giving and impact.

    Complete information & registration >>

     

  • Human Rights Funders Network Conference 2018 (Third Party Event)

    Monday, October 15, 2018 at 09:00 AM CDT through October 18, 2018

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    Location announcement >>

    More information will be provided at the Human Rights Funders Network website, www.hrfn.org

  • JFN 2019 International Conference (San Francisco)

    Sunday, March 17, 2019 at 10:00 AM EDT through March 19, 2019

    JFN’s annual conference is the premier event in Jewish philanthropy.

    Hundreds of funders and foundation professionals come together to leverage the power of networks and immerse themselves in a vibrant dialogue about the pressing issues. Every conference is a place to connect, reunite, and bond with other Jewish funders, and a time for active learning. Panel discussions and programs feature leading experts in philanthropy illuminating tools and techniques that can make your giving more impactful and meaningful.

    More information will be forthcoming.

    Past conference information >>