Signup for TFN's Member Portal

Access a funder directory, event recordings, and other resources on TFN's Member Portal!  Maintain your profile, and begin contributing to the network by signing up below.

Note that you must be affiliated with a TFN member organization, or a PLACES Alum, in order to access TFN's Member Portal.  (Learn more about TFN membership on our website.)  If you don't see your organization available below, but believe you are affiliated with a TFN member organization, or would like to discuss membership opportunities, please reach out to

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Contact Information

Click here to enter your own information.  Note that all funders affiliated with a TFN Member Organization are welcome to sign up.

Code of Conduct
TFN's Member Portal is a peer-to-peer platform for funders to learn, collaborate, network, and grow through resources and partnerships focused on racial, economic and environmental equity and justice.  We would like to ensure that TFN’s Member Portal remains a considerate and caring resource for the philanthropic community to connect with their colleagues.  As such: 

TFN does not allow language that harasses, threatens or defames others, or language that is derogatory toward people or communities based on, but not limited to, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion or ability status. 

TFN does not allow the data and resources found on the Portal to be downloaded or repurposed in any way without appropriate consent of relevant individuals and creators.  In particular, do not add contact information found on the Portal to your organization's CRM or marketing database without consent of the individual contact. 

Do not use the Portal, or any contact information found therein, as an opportunity for fundraising pitches or any other solicitations for financial or contractual support.  

Electioneering or lobbying activities are prohibited.  
(For additional guidance on how to effectively advocate as a non-profit or philanthropic organization, we encourage you to visit the resource pages for Bolder Advocacy, a program of the Alliance for Justice.)