Calling all Grantmakers

August 23, 2011 at 8:28 am Leave a comment

Philanthropy Foward '11It’s time to register for OGF’s annual conference, Philanthropy Forward ’11, our  signature event developed to connect grantmakers like you to the people and ideas that matter the most. OGF puts it on, but it’s all about you – what you need to know, who you want to hear from and how you want to network with your colleagues. And, all the info you need about your once-a-year chance to network and learn with your Ohio colleagues is online, complete with the schedule, discounts and registration for the October 24 -26 conference.

To pique your curiosity, this year we’ve posted our interviews with David LaPiana, Abby Levine, Sherece West and others. And, don’t miss the video of conference chair John Mullaney talking it up with Mary Sobecki.

In interviews done by an outside consultant this summer, OGF conference attendees talked about why they value our annual conference, and we’re happy to share some of those thoughts with you.

Small investment. Big return.
Two days out of the office yields big returns as you learn from experts, access new ideas, share insights, grow your network and take home tools and resources for everyday use.

Time well spent.
There will never be enough time in the day. So, it’s about making time for the right opportunities – those that advance your work and career – which is exactly what Philanthropy Forward ’11 promises to do.

A cost-effective opportunity.
Some call it a bargain. Others think it’s priced just right. And nobody calls it too expensive for the experience, according to feedback from last year’s Philanthropy Forward conference.

Keeping it real by making it relevant.
Simply put, your priorities set ours for the annual conference. We keep Philanthropy Forward tightly focused on what’s happening in Ohio and in your organization: relevant content that’s applicable and transferable to your work. Period.

Let’s talk philanthropy – see you in Columbus this October.


Entry filed under: Annual Conference 2011, OGF News.

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