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RECEPTIONS | SATURDAY, APRIL 25 OPPORTUNITIES TO CONNECT COMMUNITY FOUNDATION RECEPTION WITH SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER ROBERT PUTNAM 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm NOB HILL ROOM | LOWER B2 LEVEL San Francisco Marriott CORPORATE RECEPTION 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm MASO RESTAURANT 50 Third Street SPONSORED BY: FAMILY PHILANTHROPY RECEPTION 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm YERBA BUENA CENTER FOR THE ARTS 701 Mission Street SPONSORED BY: WELCOME TO SAN FRANCISCO NETWORKING RECEPTION SUNDAY, APRIL 26 | 6:30 - 8:30 PM | CITY VIEW AT METREON | 135 Fourth Street | Fourth Floor Come watch the sun set on Day One of the 2015 Annual Meeting on the terrace of City View at Metreon. Relax and let loose with your colleagues while looking out over the San Francisco city scape, including the beautiful Yerba Buena Gardens. Unwind to lively music and take in all the sights and sounds downtown has to offer! RECEPTION ROW RETURNS! MONDAY, APRIL 27 | 6:00 - 7:00 PM | YERBA BUENA FOYER | Lower B2 Level | San Francisco Marriott Like being able to meander from reception to reception with no strings attached? Join the Council for “buffet-style” networking within the San Francisco Marriott Marquis. Join conversations related to the issues closest to you and build new relationships. Visit one or all of them: Community Philanthropy, Corporate Philanthropy, Family Philanthropy, and Regional Networks. NETWORKING WITH CLIMATE DEFENDERS: DONOR STRATEGIES TO SAFEGUARDING BIODIVERSITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS MONDAY, APRIL 27 | 5:00 - 6:30 PM | FOOTHILL | Second Level | San Francisco Marriott Darren Walker, President of the Ford Foundation, will host an informal discussion with Indigenous leaders, Gloria Ushigua and Jiten Yumnam, on where human rights and environmental issues intersect, and the advantages and challenges of funding these movements. Also hear from IFIP and Land is Life on the latest trends in Indigenous Philanthropy and how donors can make an impact on environmental and human rights issues. GLOBAL DINNER AND CONVERSATION WITH ED CAIN & NARDOS BEKELE-THOMAS MONDAY, APRIL 27 | 6:30 - 8:30 PM | YERBA BUENA SALON 11-13 | Lower B2 Level | San Francisco Marriott Join us for the Council’s annual dinner celebrating global philanthropy - a celebratory event that also features substantive conversation about issues that matter to attendees funding cross-border philanthropy around the world. Featured Discussion: Philanthropy and the Sustainable Development Goals– Opportunities for Engagement and Collaboration Hear Ed Cain of the Hilton Foundation and Nardos Bekele-Thomas of UNDP discuss the ways stakeholders in philanthropy are collaborating to help develop the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Also learn about the content of the SDGs and their significance, to better understand how your institution’s global grantmaking can connect and support a shared global agenda for poverty reduction worldwide. Join colleagues for a provocative and inspiring conversation on what the world needs now from global philanthropy. 15 2015 Council on Foundations Annual Meeting |

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