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Organized by: Change Philanthropy

CHANGE Philanthropy has released the 2022 DAPP Report: based on anonymous self-reporting from individuals, the DAPP provides grantmakers with a snapshot of the 2022 philanthropic workforce and helps participating foundations accurately assess the culture and climate of their institutions. Join CHANGE's Tenaja Jordan, Research & Communications Director and Lyle Matthew Kan, Interim National Director for … Continue reading Diversity Among Philanthropic Professionals 2022 Report Briefing And Information Session

Equity, Arts & Intersections: Black Voices

Organized by: Catalyst of San Diego & Imperial Counties

This in-person session offers a moderated panel discussion of equity, Black experiences, and their intersections in accessing funds and grantmaking. The session will cover the following topics: The importance of robust funding of arts & culture as a key element of the social change eco-system, centering national & local voices. Why long-term support for arts … Continue reading Equity, Arts & Intersections: Black Voices

Organized by: Change Philanthropy

CHANGE Philanthropy has released the 2022 DAPP Report: based on anonymous self-reporting from individuals, the DAPP provides grantmakers with a snapshot of the 2022 philanthropic workforce and helps participating foundations accurately assess the culture and climate of their institutions. Join CHANGE's Tenaja Jordan, Research & Communications Director and Lyle Matthew Kan, Interim National Director for … Continue reading Diversity Among Philanthropic Professionals 2022 Report Briefing And Information Session

Funder Meeting

Bi-National Funders Collaborative: Friendship Park Briefing

Organized by: Catalyst of San Diego & Imperial Counties

The Binational Migration Funders seek to ensure the legal and wellness needs of all immigrants and refugees who pass from Mexico through San Diego and Imperial Counties are met, and advocates for sustainable permanent immigration infrastructure to meet those needs in the future. The vision of the Binational Migration Funders Collaborative acknowledges the need for … Continue reading Bi-National Funders Collaborative: Friendship Park Briefing

Funder Meeting

Lunch and Visioning – Early Childhood Funders

Organized by: Catalyst of San Diego & Imperial Counties

The Early Childhood Funders seek to motivate a sense of urgency around early childhood needs and bring together philanthropists to increase access to high-quality early childhood care and education in the San Diego region. Over a meal, members of this funder collaborative will reconnect, be social, and do some quality thinking and planning for 2023. … Continue reading Lunch and Visioning – Early Childhood Funders

Partner Event, Webinar

Native American Truth & Healing Convening

In June 2019, Governor Gavin Newsom formally issued an apology through Executive Order N-15-19 on behalf of California to California Native American Peoples for the many instances of violence, mistreatment and neglect inflicted upon California Native Americans throughout the state‚Äôs history. This represented a major and unprecedented step towards correcting the historical record and acknowledging … Continue reading Native American Truth & Healing Convening

Partner Event, Webinar

Building Towards an Equitable Recovery: Activating Federal Funds for BIPOC Owned-Businesses

Organized by: Bay Area – Asset Funders Network

Structural racism, economic exclusion, occupational segregation, and other policies and practices have denied communities of color the opportunity to build wealth and achieve economic security for generations. Small businesses have long been one of the few ways people of color, women, and immigrants have been able to build wealth in the United States, and are … Continue reading Building Towards an Equitable Recovery: Activating Federal Funds for BIPOC Owned-Businesses

Organized by: Philanthropy California

About the Series Anti-Black racism and white supremacy are embedded in philanthropy and in our institutions, often invisible to the majority of us, even as we work with intention towards equity and justice. As change agents within philanthropy, we are stretching to become our best selves, rise to the moment, and progress toward racial equity.¬†Foundations … Continue reading Foundations of Racial Equity 2022 | Session 6: Awake to Woke to Work – A Framework for Racial Equity in Your Organization

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