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Mapping Opportunity: Knowledge & Networks for Social Change

What kinds of tools and information help people connect around philanthropy and social change?

Join us on Wednesday, June 28th at 11am PT / 2pm ET to learn about two data-driven platforms aimed at supporting collaboration among grantmakers and nonprofits.

Launched by MAKAIA, the Nodo Ká platform in Colombia includes directories, indicators, a marketplace of services, and various search tools to help nonprofits and funders find each other.

The Foundation Center in the U.S. builds customized maps for groups of grantmakers, performs network analysis for nonprofits and foundations, and offers a mapping tool for users to visualize issues of their own.

What makes these systems work, who uses them, and what’s next for both of these platforms?

Join us to explore these case studies in building knowledge and networks for social change.


    Executive Director & Co-Founder of MAKAIA & Nodo Ká
    Project Leader at MAKAIA & Nodo Ká
    Vice President for Data & Technology Strategy at Foundation Center
    Senior Research Scholar at the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society and Director of the Digital Civil Society Lab


Date & Time

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

11am-12pm Pacific / 2-3pm Eastern

Register by clicking here or on the button below.

Please note that you’ll want to keep the registration email that will be sent to you immediately after you register; this email will contain your unique link to join us on June 28th. We look forward to you joining the discussion.

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