Support Exponent Philanthropy

Exponent Philanthropy is a 501(c)(3) membership organization (EIN #65-0617866) that helps philanthropists leverage their resources and amplify their impact. We maintain a flat and modest dues structure in order to make our resources available to a wide range of funders. However, membership dues cover only about 50% of our operating expenses. We rely on the generous support of foundations and corporate partners to expand and innovate our high quality programming and services.

Support Our Work

Philanthropic advisors and organizations that service the philanthropy sector: Contact Andrea Clay at 202-580-6560 to learn how you can support our mission and make Exponent Philanthropy part of your business development strategy. 


Foundations and individuals:
Financial support beyond dues allows us to continue and expand our high quality programs and services. Every contribution, no matter the size, helps us strengthen the effectiveness of the philanthropy field and in turn help thousands of non-profits and communities working to bring about social change. 

Letter from 20th Anniversary Committee About 2016 Annual Fund & 20th Anniversary Campaign

  • Contribution form
  • Make a contribution online
  • Commit to a voluntary dues increase

    Many members want to support us with a grant above dues but are limited in some way by their foundation’s grantmaking guidelines or bylaws. If a foundation’s funding is restricted to a specific geography, for example, a voluntary dues increase is an excellent way to support our mission financially. For more information or to commit to a voluntary dues increase, please contact Na’Denna Colbert at 888-212-9922.

2016 General Operating Support Grant Report (PDF)

For information on other ways to support Exponent Philanthropy, please contact Jeanne Metzger at 202-580-6560.

See our financial and legal documents.

 

Thank You to Our Supporters


Corporate Partners

Supporter Showcase

Make a financial contribution to support our programs and services for funders with few or no staff.