Community Perspectives

Guest Post: Createquity on the question - "What do we mean when we say Diversity, Equity and Inclusion?"

It seems like everyone is talking about diversity, inclusion and/or equity these days. But who knows what that means? And how do we get there? Are we even speaking the same language?

Read more on the research from Createquity and what it offers philanthropy.

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Facing Race - Opportunity for Members to Attend for Free

This November, EPIP will be sending nine members as a delegation to the Facing Race 2016 conference from November 10-12 in Atlanta, GA. Learn more about the opportunity to attend free of cost and receive a travel stipend. Get access to the application for members - open until October 7, 2016.

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LA Chapter Steering Committee Applications

EPIP LA is recruiting new Chapter Leaders! Learn more about the opportunity and how to apply here. 

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We Are CHANGE Philanthropy

Why EPIP is proud to be a core partner of CHANGE Philanthropy.

By Tamir Novotny and Christine Reeves Strigaro

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Healing and Rejuvenation

For those of us who care about racial equity, this year has been alternately exhilarating and exhausting. In response, EPIP has been experimenting with a more intentional focus on coping, healing and rejuvenation.

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Conference Deadline, Event Announcement & Survey

This year, EPIP-MN has been taking time to restructure and revamp our chapter to better serve the philanthropic community in Minnesota. We will have more regular programs and events for you and your colleagues starting in September. In the meantime, here are some upcoming news and events:

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Opportunity - Learn How to Measure Your Impact: The Young Nonprofit & Philanthropic Leader Scholarship for EPIP Members

Evaluate for Change is partnering with EPIP to provide scholarships to their capacity-building 6-Week evaluation courses. Evaluate for Change has a special focus on emerging and young social sector professionals - knowing they are tomorrow's true change makers. The 6-week evaluation courses are hands-on and interactive bringing students together to learn what it takes to use data to improve programming and increase funding. Read more >

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Webinar Recap - EPIP Conference 2016 Preview - ELEVATE!

Originally aired August 10, 2016.

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EPIP DC Member Spotlight

Storme Gray, Professional Development Program Associate, Council on Foundations

Interviewed by Alison McNeil, May 31, 2016

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Webinar Recap - Meet CHANGE Philanthropy

Originally aired on August 3, 2016.

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