Launched in 2004, the Yale Philanthropy Conference is a student-run convening held at the Yale School of Management, and host to philanthropic and nonprofit leaders who seek to tackle the social sector's most pressing challenges.

 

OUR 2018 CONFERENCE:
ADAPTIVE PHILANTHROPY, RESILIENT SECTOR

Today’s environment of social and political turbulence has acute consequences for nonprofits. Their access to resources and the rights of communities they serve are increasingly at risk. At the same time, this environment is motivating citizens to take action, and prompting funders to think more carefully about how best to respond to the needs of at risk communities. In this environment of rapid change and uncertainty, nonprofits and funders must focus on how to keep the sector not only resilient but also increasingly effective in spite of these external challenges.

The Conference:
February 23, 2018

Check out information on our schedule and learn about our keynote speakers and panel themes.

Travel

The Yale Philanthropy Conference is held in Evans Hall at the Yale School of Management, an easy commute from New York City. Find out about how to get here.

Register

Registration is open for the 2018 Yale Philanthropy Conference! Early bird special prices are available until January 16, 2018, at 11:59pm EST.


 

OUR SPONSORS:

Platinum Level:

 Newman's Own Foundation

Newman's Own Foundation

Gold Level:

 
 J. M. Kaplan Fund

J. M. Kaplan Fund

 

Silver Level:

 
 CCS Fundraising

CCS Fundraising