Affinity Groups

Investing in Water Resilience: Confluence Philanthropy, EGA, CGBD, and TFN organize first-ever Western Water Briefing


Sarah DeNicola, Membership Program Manager, Confluence Philanthropy. This blog first appeared on Confluence Philanthropy's website
 
“We forget that the water cycle and the life cycle are one.” - Jacques Cousteau.
 

2nd Meeting of ANIMAL AGRICULTURE (MEAT) IN THE 21ST CENTURY


06/24/2013 - 9:00am

2nd Meeting of ANIMAL AGRICULTURE (MEAT) IN THE 21ST CENTURY
SAVE THE DATE: Monday June 24th
9 am to 5 pm: Lunch provided
Providence Marriott, Providence, Rhode Island

**This meeting precedes the opening welcome reception hosted by SAFSF for their June forum beginning the following day. (for more info on the Forum please see www.safsf.org.) Two great reasons to come to Rhode Island in June! **THIS MEETING IS FOR FUNDERS ONLY**

Affinity Groups


As an affinity group serving as the “big tent” of environmental funders, EGA works with a variety of funder networks. This includes affinity groups from the larger world of philanthropy, regional and global networks, as well as affinity groups within environmental philanthropy. Our Strategic Framework prioritizes enhanced coalition building with affinity groups and working groups as well as new partnerships across sectors and silos.

We have recently partnered with the following affinity groups:

Collaborate


EGA's most valuable contribution to our members is the opportunity to forge alliances with other funders. As a network of environmental funders, we encourage members to contact each other to exchange ideas, ask questions, and collaborate strategically on issues of common interest. Here, environmental funders can create a profile to help colleagues learn about their work and pursue common goals.

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