To celebrate Maternal Health Month, join EPIP DC on Monday, May 16, 2022 for an interactive discussion with author Nicole Bailey of Body Belly Soul: The Black Mother's Guide to a Primal, Peaceful, and Powerful Birth.
In this conversation, participants will learn about the importance of health and well-being for pregnant people and how increased funding and access to doula care for pregnant and birthing people can advance health equity in the DMV region.
We look forward to seeing you.
Community giving takes many shapes. There are a few hyper-local methods of collective giving and grantmaking including affinity groups, giving circles, and giving book clubs. Learn about these structures’ benefits including true community voice, flexibility, and less hierarchy. While these community methods of giving and granting have existed for many years, particularly in communities of color, they are only recently being formalized and recognized/incorporated by foundations and funders. Join this session to learn more about community giving models and how funders can align their resources with these efforts. We'll hear from representatives from LatinasGive!, Left Behind Workers Fund, and The Denver Foundation's Strengthening Neighborhoods.
Register here. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the event.
Join your fellow emerging practitioners in philanthropy to discuss hot topics in philanthropy and in our own particular contexts. Zoom in with your coffee, tea, or beverage of choice to support and be supported by your colleagues. This is a casual event you can prepare for simply by reflecting on what you are observing in your organization, in philanthropy generally, or questions you want to discuss with colleagues.