Apr10 Women in Philanthropy Luncheon, sponsored by The Saigh Foundation - REGISTRATION FULL
04/10/2014 @ The Boathouse Annex in Forest Park (6101 Government Drive, 63110)

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Helping Donors Do More...

The Gateway Center for Giving strengthens philanthropy and promotes community impact by providing programming, research, technical assistance, networking and professional development opportunities to grantmaking organizations in the St. Louis region.   We enhance regional leadership through information on community needs and philanthropic best practices, supporting collaborative action to help address our region’s most pressing issues. Our members include corporations, donor-advised funds, foundations, trusts and others actively involved in philanthropy.

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May13 Lunch with Leaders: Wendy Jaffe - REGISTRATION FULL
05/13/2014 @ SqWires, 1415 S 18th St, 60104

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Giving in St. Louis
This report is a follow up to our landmark 2004 report Private Dollars for Public Good and will benchmark individual, corporate, and foundation philanthropic giving in St. Louis, Missouri.

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This information was originally published in a post by the Foundation Group. Many people have a layman’s understanding of the difference between public charities and private foundations:  Public charities are understood to perform
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Mission

Our mission is to provide services that strengthen and expand philanthropy to improve the St. Louis region.

Vision

We envision a thriving St. Louis region in which a strong philanthropic community and effective nonprofits collaboratively advance the quality of life.

Value

LEARN: We offer quality information, research and skill-building programs to ensure effective and accountable use of charitable dollars.  

CONNECT: We provide donors with networking opportunities with other grantmakers and community leaders to share information and resources, build understanding, and foster collaboration.    

ACT: We enhance regional leadership through information on community needs and philanthropic best practices, supporting collaborative action to help address our region’s most pressing issues.

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