Sharing Our Learnings
As an academic initiative based at Stanford PACS, EPLI is uniquely situated to leverage its convening power to shape a community of practice focused on increasing outcome-focused philanthropy—a “network of networks” for philanthropic giving composed of donors, donor education groups, nonprofits, and other key stakeholders. EPLI offers a space to share research and best practices through in-person workshops, online courses, and published materials.
EPLI has developed a virtual, executive-style learning program delivered through six half-day sessions over three weeks. The program is for philanthropic professionals in a leading role within a family foundation or family office, who are in a unique position to guide their principal and execute on their vision for changing the world. Apply now!
EPLI offers in-person trainings, workshops, educational opportunities
for donors, and other philanthropy professionals. Read more about
our past events facilitating strategic philanthropy practices,
and how you might start your learning journey.
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In this module, you will learn how to develop and implement a strategy for social change. Our goal is to help philanthropy practitioners, social entrepreneurs, and policymakers transform their great ideas into impact and improve lives around the world.
Short-course lecture by Paul Brest and Erinn Andrews on non-profit strategy and evaluation.
The toolkit contains worksheets, an interactive discussion card deck, and the EPLI Philanthropy Planner which donors can fill out and use on their own or share with their family and advisors. Whether you are new to philanthropy or more experienced, whether you are a donor or an advisor—we’ve designed this toolkit to help you focus, reflect, and engage in meaningful conversations and action.