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April 26, 2017

The Countdown

About 25% of shared spaces are led or developed by foundations. In 2017, NCN will be hosting an exclusive convening for funders involved in the nonprofit sharing economy. Peers from the funding community will lead discussion based on lessons learned. The goal is to help funders understand the shared resource movement and how they can support or improve efforts in their communities.

Discussion Leaders Include


Creating an Enabling Environment for Collaboration

Kathy Lanni, SEFCU, Albany, NY

How to Create a Shared Space for Foundations

Marcel Lauziere and Bruce Lawson, Foundation House, Toronto, ON

Working with Tenants, Partners, Grantees – Are They Telling You Only What You Want to Hear?

Jenny Camhi, Leichtag Foundation, Encinitas, CA – Power Dynamics

Staying Afloat – To Be Free, Or Not to Be Free – What to Charge?

Mike Gilbert, Jones Trust, Springdale, AR

Individual Giving and PRI’s – Unique Approaches to Financing Shared Space

Katie Ensign, Jessie Ball duPont Center,
Jacksonville, FL


Shared space and shared services models are important in nonprofits that want to stay relevant in a changing economy. Collaboration can help streamline infrastructure, reduce duplication among nonprofits, and achieve greater impacts in our communities. Join the discussion today by registering now.

MEMBER Early Registration Price

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