Our network of grantmakers—private, public, corporate, and community foundations—invest in policies, programs, and financial products as tools for confronting inequities.
Who We Are
AFN members connect, collaborate, and create change. They meet in person and online, nationally and regionally, to move the needle towards stronger communities.
Members focus on health, housing, education, employment, and more.
Members convene with peers for candid idea swapping about what’s working.
Members increase their local impact by participating in regional chapters.
Members problem-solve with practitioners, researchers, and policymakers.
Our experienced Staff and Board members, from all regions and backgrounds, bring breadth and depth to the AFN table. They serve as stewards of our work, ensuring focus and effectiveness.
Financial and Legal
We are pleased to share the following financial and legal documents:
2021 Independent Auditor’s Report and Financial Statement
2020 Independent Auditor’s Report and Financial Statement
“ “As a family foundation, our trustees—who do all our grant making directly—need well researched information for a wide but increasingly inter-related set of issues. Not only does AFN give us the best information, but the grantees funded through AFN members are doing cutting edge, frontline work. AFN members and staff are leading thoughtful, provocative conversations about the key issues impacting philanthropy today. Join—you won’t regret it.”
Taryn MacFarlane | Roger I. and Ruth B. MacFarlane Family Foundation