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Why Hill Visits Matter: Florida Grantmakers Make Their Voices Heard in DC

It’s easy to be skeptical about Washington these days, what with the apparent rise in partisanship, the seemingly oversized influence of money in politics, and the perception that not much seems to be getting done. 891 more words

Florida Philanthropic Network

Gateway Center CEO attends Foundations on the Hill

This post was written by Gateway Center for Giving CEO, Deb Dubin, after returning from Washington DC where she advocated on behalf of the philanthropic sector. 426 more words


Sparking Action: What to Say and How to Say It

Today is your day to become a citizen-advocate. Wait. You say you’re not interested in public policy and politics? No matter, this post is still for you. 591 more words


Member Post: Why the Charitable Deduction Matters

Last week, leaders from several Minnesota grantmakers, along with MCF President Bill King and Director of Government Relations and Public Policy Bob Tracy, traveled to Washington, D.C. 530 more words

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Florida Foundations Blanket Capitol Hill to Raise Awareness of Philanthropy; Urge Congress to Preserve Charitable Deduction

Florida foundations made their voices heard in Washington this week. Florida Philanthropic Network led a team of 12 Florida grantmakers for visits with Florida’s representatives and senators as part of the annual… 543 more words

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Florida Grantmakers Visit Capitol Hill

Florida Philanthropic Network led a team of 14 Florida grantmakers to Washington, D.C., on March 21-22, 2012, for visits with Florida’s full 27-member congressional delegation and their staffs, as part of the annual… 552 more words

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