Client Engagements

A wide variety of foundations, government, and community organizations rely on PhilanthropywoRx for consulation, guidance and leadership support. To learn more about how PhlanthropywoRx can help your organization, contact us today.

Inside Philanthropy and United Philanthropy Forum- Inside Philanthropy ( and United Philanthropy Forum ( engaged PhilanthropywoRx to develop a Guide to Rural Philanthropy that highlights the people, places and practices that are guiding today’s rural philanthropic trends.

MDC- PhilanthropywoRx is advising Durham, NC based MDC on a project with United Philanthropy Forum looking at data and practice around rural equity.

Children’s Oral Health Coalition of Maine (COHN)- COHN is a statewide collaboration of educators, oral health advocates, funders and practitioners working towards ensuring prevention practices and care for all of Maine’s children. PhilanthropywoRx engaged with COHN to help discern some important next steps regarding growth and heightened visibility, with the intent of framing a workplan around communications, growth and partnerships.


Episcopal Health Foundation (EHF)- EHF is an 80-county health conversion foundation based in Houston and a recent recipient of a Mackenzie Scott gift of $20 million. PhilanthropywoRx, in partnership with Elemental Advisors, is working with EHF on the second phase of work to explore EHF’s capacity for focusing on place-based philanthropic work. This phase includes extensive landscape analysis, staff interviews and skills identification.


National Organization of State Offices of Rural Health (NOSORH)- NOSORH is the umbrella organization supporting the 50 State Offices of Rural Health around the country. PhilanthropywoRx partnered with NOSORH to enhance its ability to support member skill development for philanthropic relationships. This includes the development of various guides and recommendations for enhanced NOSORH classes, trainings and resources for state members. Preliminary due diligence and findings were presented at both the NOSORH Board Strategy Meeting and the NOSORH Annual Meeting in fall of 2022.