Connect with NFG & share your stories
Throughout 2020, we are celebrating NFG’s 40th Anniversary of organizing and mobilizing philanthropy to shift power and money towards justice and equity. As we are unable to gathering for an in-person convening in June as planned, our celebrations will continue virtually!

To help us look back on our 40 strong years, we are collecting stories and memories from the NFG community to share in 2020 and beyond. If you have a story about how NFG has supported your philanthropic leadership, how our programming has deepened your political education, or how you found co-conspirators to move more resources to racial, economic, gender, and climate justice through the NFG community, we would love to hear from you!
Name & Organization *
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Email address *
Would you like the NFG team to contact you to share about your story over Zoom/phone? If yes, feel free to skip the remaining questions and we'll chat with you in real time! *
Are you currently or have you previously been an NFG board member or program co-chair/co-lead?
At what point during your career in philanthropy did you find NFG?
How & why did you initially get involved with NFG?
How has being part of the NFG community brought you joy?
How has being part of the NFG community helped you strengthen your political analysis? Or supported your leadership path?
Have you worked with other people in the NFG community to advance racial, economic, gender, and/or climate justice? And if so, how?
2020 is NFG's 40th Anniversary! Would you like to share a celebratory greeting with us? These messages will be compiled and shared at the end of the year.
As NFG reflects on our 40 strong years, we are also looking to the future and what is possible in the current era of organized philanthropy. What hopes/aspirations do you have for philanthropy? How will being part of the NFG community help you attain these?
What three words would you use to describe NFG?
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