Mark your calendars: November 11-13, 2020
SECF’s 51st Annual Meeting: Leading the Way
An Online Event | Registration Opens July 15!

Amid a public health emergency, economic struggles and a national reckoning on racial justice, philanthropy’s unique combination of skills, purpose and resources provide both an opportunity and an obligation to lead.

These challenges cannot be addressed in isolation – we must work together, even during a time when we cannot be together.

We may not be able to gather in person, but we can connect – and we will at SECF’s 51st Annual Meeting: Leading The Way.

Plan on joining us November 11-13 for an online event that will include the dynamic speakers, powerful sessions and rich opportunities for connection that have defined the Annual Meeting for more than 50 years. Highlights of this year’s agenda include:

Powerful Keynote Speakers

Richard Rothstein

Author, The Color of Law

Dr. David Williams

Harvard professor and health equity expert

Susan Taylor Batten

President & CEO, ABFE

Diverse & Dynamic Sessions, Including:
Storytelling for
Social Change
Courage in
Giving Community
Voice to Grantmaking
Race, Place &
Systemic Inequities

...and much more!

Networking & Connection
The Annual Meeting will take place on a powerful virtual event platform that will create new opportunities to connect with colleagues. Later this year, SECF Members will also gain access to a new mobile app that will enhance the Annual Meeting experience!

Registration for the 51st Annual Meeting will open Wednesday, July 15, at!


Legacy Sponsor

Trailblazer Sponsor

Visionary Sponsors

Sustainer Sponsors

Southeastern Council of Foundations
100 Peachtree Street NW, Suite 2080
Atlanta, GA 30303

Visiting SECF:
All staff are working remotely at this time but can still be reached via email and by calling (404) 524-0911.

Monday-Thursday from 9:00am–6:00pm (ET)
Friday from 9:00am–12:00pm (ET)

Phone: (404) 524-0911
Fax: (404) 523-5116

Mission: The Southeastern Council of Foundations serves, connects, strengthens and champions philanthropy and philanthropic infrastructure in the South.