United Philanthropy Forum

United Philanthropy Forum

United Philanthropy Forum is a national network of 60 philanthropy associations and networks across the United States, including regional philanthropy-serving organizations (PSOs) and national PSOs — such as national issue-based, identity-based, and practice-based affinity groups. Our members represent more than 7,000 primarily philanthropic organizations, making us the largest network serving philanthropy in America.

Latest stories from United Philanthropy Forum

Changing the narrative

Executive Director and Co-Founder of United We Dream, Cristina Jiménez, shares how the stories we tell are not in isolation from laws and policies.

A new Congress brings fresh opportunity for philanthropy to deepen our engagement with policymakers

With the beginning of the 116th Congress and new congressional leadership coming to Washington in January, philanthropy has a powerful opportunity.

The future of collaboration and partnership for philanthropy

Thought leaders share how and why philanthropy-serving organizations can develop deeper collaborations and partnerships to increase their impact.

Understanding our past to move forward in our future

Harvard professor Dr. Elizabeth Hinton examines the persistence of poverty and racial inequality in the 20th century United States.

Advancing racial equity in America

Dr. Ibram X. Kendi, Professor of History and International Relations at American University, explores the history of racist ideas in America.

What does courageous philanthropy look like?

The President & CEO of The Heinz Endowments, Grant Oliphant, shares his perspective on why we must rise to meet the challenges of a newly consequential age.

Historic transfer of wealth offers big opportunities to change the philanthropic landscape

As the nonprofit sector anxiously waits to see how charitable giving will drop as a result of federal tax reform, a new study highlights the opportunities.

New report shares insights on advancing racial equity in philanthropy

If you look at just about any issue that philanthropy cares about, some of the greatest disparities are along racial and ethnic lines.