Join us for TFN’s 2023 Annual Conference: Ignite Action!

When:
March 20, 2023 – March 22, 2023 all-day America/New York Timezone
2023-03-20T00:00:00-04:00
2023-03-23T00:00:00-04:00

We’re headed to New Orleans March 20-22 for The Funders Network’s 2023 Annual Conference: Ignite Action!

TFN Annual Conferences bring together diverse and thought-provoking voices to explore philanthropy’s potential for meaningful impact in our regions and communities, including protecting our natural resources, building inclusive economies and addressing injustices.

The theme for our 2023 Annual Conference is Ignite Action, which recognizes the need for all of us — as a sector and as individuals — to light the way toward systemic change with urgency and purpose.

Philanthropy holds tremendous power to leverage its financial, moral and reputational capital.

  • How can we help energize and sustain the movements that are pushing us toward racial, economic and environmental justice?
  • How can we extinguish the systemic inequities that touch every aspect of our shared world — the food we eat, the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the places where we live, work and play?
  • How can we best unleash philanthropy’s potential in ways that spark ideas, fuel collaboration, and ignite action?
  • How can we save and strengthen our democracy?

Our communities are grappling with the impacts of a worsening climate crises, a widening racial wealth gap, and increased assaults on our civil liberties and bodily autonomy. The time to act is now.

Save the date to join us in New Orleans, March 20-22, and stay tuned for registration updates!


About #TFN2023

We’ll gather at the historic Hotel Monteleone, nestled in the heart of the city’s French Quarter.Registration will launch in the winter. Stay tuned for more details!


Thank You #TFN2023 Planning Committee!

We want to extend a huge thank you to the individuals who served on our planning committee and met with us for two days in September. Because of their commitment to environmental, economic and racial justice, we will be able to create an intentional, inclusive and diverse program agenda.