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Community Leadership Circle

The Community Leadership Circle is made up of generous donors who have committed gifts to support CFAAC. Through CFAAC’s Community Leadership Initiatives, we will continue to provide high-quality philanthropic services to our donors, serve the community as a thought partner, an advocate for local nonprofits, and a catalyst for new ideas and community problem-solving. Thank you for helping CFAAC make a long-term impact in Anne Arundel County!

Community Leadership Circle

The Community Leadership Circle is made up of generous donors who have committed gifts to support CFAAC. Through CFAAC’s Community Leadership Initiatives, we will continue to provide high-quality philanthropic services to our donors, serve the community as a thought partner, an advocate for local nonprofits, and a catalyst for new ideas and community problem-solving. Thank you for helping CFAAC make a long-term impact in Anne Arundel County!

Support our Community Leadership Fund

Through CFAAC's Community Leadership Initiatives, we will continue to provide high-quality philanthropic services to our donors, serve the community as a thought partner, an advocate for local nonprofits, and a catalyst for new ideas and community problem-solving. Thank you for helping CFAAC make long-term impact in Anne Arundel County!

Support our Community Leadership Fund

Through CFAAC's Community Leadership Initiatives, we will continue to provide high-quality philanthropic services to our donors, serve the community as a thought partner, an advocate for local nonprofits, and a catalyst for new ideas and community problem-solving. Thank you for helping CFAAC make long-term impact in Anne Arundel County!

Strengthening Nonprofits Events

CFAAC is pleased to present the following Strengthening Nonprofits Events in an effort to support skills development and training for nonprofit professionals in the county.

 

October 2, 2019: Leading a Donor-Centered Fundraising Program in Changing Times

Learn how to raise more money by capitalizing on changing donor trends and building a resilient fundraising team. Join us as International Author, Researcher, Speaker, and Fundraising expert Penelope Burk presents: Leading a Donor-Centered Fundraising Program in Changing Times. Click here for event details.

 

November 02, 2019: Anna E. Greenberg Board Leadership Event: Expanding Your Team's Capacity. 

Few factors have such an impact on an organization’s long-term growth and success as the quality of its leadership. The path to management is no longer linear. Are you and your people ready for the future? Presented by Griff Hall, Founder & Principal, Griff Strategic Leadership (GSL). Click here for event details  

 

Community Needs Assessment, Poverty Amidst Plenty VI: On the Road to Progress for All

The purpose of this report is to provide an overview of the issues in Anne Arundel County that impact the economy and quality of life. It intends to help increase knowledge and awareness around these issues as well as to frame informed discussions about persistent local trends and needs. 

You can download the report below. Copies of the report are also available for pick-up at our office from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. CFAAC is located at 914 Bay Ridge Road, Suite 220, Annapolis MD 21403.

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Individuals & Families

Capital Gazette
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914 Bay Ridge Road, Suite 220 | Annapolis, MD 21403 Phone: 410.280.1102 | Fax: 410.280.1104 | Email: contact@cfaac.org

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Chaney Impact Grants Now Available!

Chaney Impact grants will support the work of nonprofit organizations serving Anne Arundel and Calvert counties in Maryland whose focus is on cancer services, or behavioral health and substance abuse treatment. Grants will support program needs, capital projects, or operating expenses. Award...
Mar
29

Strengthening Nonprofits Speaker Series presents: Diversifying Nonprofit Boards - Are We Focusing on the Wrong Things?

Multiple reports assessing racial diversity of nonprofit boards in the region attest to lack of racial diversity being an on-going challenge – despite a shift of values and attitudes that may support increasing racial diversity. So, what is happening? Why can’t nonprofit boards – despite our best intentions – recruit and keep people of color? And what can we learn from those boards that do?

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Mar
7

Strengthening Nonprofits Speaker Series presents: The Board Savvy CEO

Creating a high-performing board requires a board-savvy CEO that knows how to balance being a leader and fostering leadership on the board. Panelists will share insights from their own experiences with board successes and foibles. The panel will discuss how to balance the big-picture, strategic engagement of boards, as well as the importance of managing board communications and logistics like a pro. You will have a chance to ask your questions about delicate board encounters, the CEO evaluation process, how to get your board more engaged in fundraising, and more. This event is for nonprofit executives, fund development professionals, and board members.

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Oct
23

Message from Mary Spencer, President & CEO

Greetings from the Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County! I would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to the many donors, nonprofit professional colleagues, and nonprofit board members and volunteers for the warm welcome that you have extended to me as the new President and CEO. With eight weeks under my belt, I couldn't be more proud or more excited to have the honor of serving Anne Arundel County in this new role. I am happy to report that the Community Foundation of Anne Arundel County (CFAAC) is on strong organizational and financial footing, thanks to the leadership of my predecessor Melissa Curtin, a staff team whose dedication is unparalleled in support of Anne Arundel County, and a Board who exemplifies fiscal responsibility, collaborative partnership, and careful stewardship of our Community Foundation.

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Sep
7

In The Spotlight

Lee Marston’s father was a preacher who instilled in him the practice of tithing and giving back to the community where one lives, works and raises a family. Lee and his wife Sylvia have lived their entire lives following these giving principles. “It’s in everyone’s best interest to give. I truly believe that if every one of us gave back, even just a little, the world would be a better place. Starting right here in our own community,” says Lee.

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