Throughout the year, EPIP offers its members the opportunity to design and host or participate in interactive webinars that address different issue areas important to the EPIP community and the field at large. These webinars offer emerging leaders a forum to share their knowledge and expertise as well as discuss, debate, and learn from one another. No matter where one lives or works, members can join these online webinars to stay connected to the EPIP community between local and National in-person gatherings.
Bridging Funders and Communities in the Trump Era: CHANGE Partner Briefing
As a new Administration sets its policy agenda in motion, vulnerable communities across the country are moving to protect themselves from attack and build power across differences. Join a briefing with the coalition partners of CHANGE Philanthropy who help funders build and strengthen bridges with marginalized communities. Hear:
Insights and updates on how the current climate is affecting communities of color, LGBTQ communities, women, young people, and a range of social justice issues;
Thoughts on how philanthropy is responding and what more is needed; and
Guidance on what you can do to support people/communities within your institution and beyond, regardless of how much formal power you have at work.
Presenter list to be released this week.
If you want to know more about CHANGE Philanthropy in the mean time visit their home page.
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Webinar Recap — Institutional Philanthropy & Grassroots Fundraising: A Match Made for Movement-Building
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Webinar Recap - Intersectional Giving - Reconnecting Race, Social and Gender Justice for More Effective Grantmaking
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