Code of Conduct
Philanthropy Southeast is composed of a broad and diverse membership of grantmakers. At our core, we are a community of grantmakers connecting with each other to improve the practice of grantmaking in the Southeast.
At our meetings and events, we also welcome visitors from other organizations – which are not members – that participate as presenters or participants. Philanthropy Southeast strives to create a comfortable place for all Members, visitors, and others engaged in philanthropy to exchange experiences and ideas and engage in conversations that are welcoming and of benefit to all participants. As such, Philanthropy Southeast is not a venue for grant seekers, fundraisers, or other types of charitable solicitations during any of its meetings, events or through its publications nor is it an appropriate venue to conduct political activities. We ask that our Members and visitors not solicit at Philanthropy Southeast-sponsored events or programs and that Members and visitors not use information obtained through their Philanthropy Southeast membership or participation in Philanthropy Southeast events for charitable, business or other solicitations outside of those events.
Statement of Purpose
Philanthropy Southeast strives to connect the region’s philanthropic leaders with a diverse and inclusive range of information, resources, experts, innovations and best practices while promoting peer-to-peer learning and leadership development. While we may not necessarily endorse the opinions and views of those we work with, we engage with them to promote vibrant and open discussion. We believe it is necessary to have these conversations for the sake of increasing philanthropy’s impact throughout the region.