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Winter 2018 Issue of Inspiration Now Available to SECF Members


The final 2018 issue of Inspiration, SECF's quarterly magazine, is now online, with print copies on the way to foundations across the region.

This issue includes:

  • The final installment of our series, Fulfilling the Passing Gear Promise, looking at how foundations across the region are using the Passing Gear approach to address systemic issues in their communities. In this issue, we look at how the Danville Regional Foundation has used its Regional Report Card to spark change - in particular, the foundation has worked to put the Report Card's findings in the hands of community groups and leaders best poised to act on its findings.
  • The first installment of a new series, Then, Now & What's Next, marking SECF's 50th Anniversary! We open with a look at public policy - tax legislation in 1969 was the motivating force behind SECF's founding and has played a crucial role in our work ever since. This article not only looks at how SECF's public policy work has evolved into the robust program that exists today, but also previews a few things set to happen in the year ahead.
  • A look at the Family First Prevention Services Act from an expert who knows it best: Casey Family Programs President & CEO Dr. William C. Bell. Bell reviews how the legislation, which became law earlier this year, opens up new avenues for foundations to support children in their communities. He focuses strongly on cross-sector collaboration and looks at seven key areas foundations should consider as they work to capitalize on the new law.

The issue also includes a special message from President & CEO Janine Lee, a review of new hires, promotions and board changes in the region, and reflections from the new members of the SECF Board of Trustees.

To read the latest issue of Inspiration, log in to SECF.org and head on over to our Inspiration archive page. Each SECF member, along with Hull Fellows alumni, will also receive a copy in the mail.

Do you have a story you'd like to see featured in the next issue of Inspiration? Send us an email and we'll be in touch!

David Miller is SECF's director of marketing and communications.

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