Transformational Philanthropy through Giving Circles

Giving Circles were created to override the traditional power dynamics of philanthropy and put giving in new hands. They continue to be a powerful model for making change in transformational ways. Join us for a webinar that explores the community roots of Giving Circles, diverse examples of powerful giving circles making real positive impact and learn how to start or lead your own. No matter your job or experience, get tools to start, sustain and expand values-aligned giving with your friends, family or community. Get in the driver's seat of change with the empowered model of Giving Circle philanthropy.

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Learn More about the Presenters:

Joelle Asaro Berman 

Joelle believes deeply in the power of connecting to our identities, our visions, and our communities. She's worked in the nonprofit space for more than 10 years, leading communications, marketing, and strategy efforts at multiple organizations. She currently serves as the program director for Amplifier, an exciting new program of the Natan Fund that helps people create giving circles inspired by Jewish values -- groups who pool their charitable donations and decide together how to give them away. In addition to building communities around giving, Joelle also helps bring people together around food through her community-supported agriculture project in Brooklyn, the Brooklyn Bridge CSA, and is known to start infectious dance parties, which is, incidentally, another great tool in community building.

Hali_Lee_Headshot.JPGHali Lee
Hali Lee was born in Seoul, Korea and grew up in Kansas City. She graduated from Princeton University, studied Buddhism at Mahidol University in Bangkok, Thailand, and received a Masters in Social Work from New York University. Professionally, Hali has worked in many capacities, often combining a love of learning, the arts and social justice. Hali is the founder of the Asian Women Giving Circle, which raises resources to support Asian American women using the arts to bring about progressive social change in their communities.  In ten years, the Circle has made grants totaling $700,000 in support of over seventy amazing projects. Hali lives in Brooklyn, along with her dear husband and three teenage children. Hali is thankful for her loving and supportive family, and for the community of progressive and FUN women (and men!) she has found in NYC. In her free time, Hali loves to travel, play tennis and keeps honeybees.
February 17, 2016 at 3pm - 4pm Eastern Time (US & Canada)
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