Events

  • Monday, December 09, 2019 at 12:00 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada) · $50.00 USD · 4 rsvps

    EPIP LA | White Anti-Racism: Walking the Walk

    Are you an EPIP member? Log in and go here to purchase discounted tickets.

    Are you a YNPN member?  Go here to purchase discounted tickets.

    This workshop is an opportunity to strengthen your ability to be an agent of interpersonal, organizational, and systemic change - showing up as a "co-conspirator" in the work of racial justice. This highly interactive session will give participants a hands-on experience to explore their experience of whiteness, gain tools for having difficult conversations, and begin to identify and tackle institutional and systemic racism in their workplace and communities.

    Though the primary audience for this workshop is white people, people of color interested in being with white people on this journey are welcome.

    The workshop will be facilitated by Christine Margiotta, Executive Director of Social Venture Partners (SVP). In addition to their core program, the Systems Change Accelerator, SVP provides facilitation, training, and consulting to build a community of nonprofits, foundations, and individuals committed to creating a more just Los Angeles.

    Are you an EPIP member? Log in and go here to purchase discounted tickets.

    Are you a YNPN member?  Go here to purchase discounted tickets.

    UPDATE: We have 16 total registrations so far for this program, but have room to accommodate a few more! 

  • Monday, December 09, 2019 at 12:00 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada) · $30.00 USD · 8 rsvps

    EPIP LA | White Anti-Racism: Walking the Walk

    This workshop RSVP page is for EPIP LA members.

    This workshop is an opportunity to strengthen your ability to be an agent of interpersonal, organizational, and systemic change - showing up as a "co-conspirator" in the work of racial justice. This highly interactive session will give participants a hands-on experience to explore their experience of whiteness, gain tools for having difficult conversations, and begin to identify and tackle institutional and systemic racism in their workplace and communities.

    Though the primary audience for this workshop is white people, people of color interested in being with white people on this journey are welcome.

    The workshop will be facilitated by Christine Margiotta, Executive Director of Social Venture Partners (SVP). In addition to their core program, the Systems Change Accelerator, SVP provides facilitation, training, and consulting to build a community of nonprofits, foundations, and individuals committed to creating a more just Los Angeles.

    UPDATE: We have 16 total registrations so far for this program, but are able to accommodate a few more!

  • Monday, December 09, 2019 at 07:30 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada) · 18 rsvps
    Griffith Park

    EPIP LA | Night Hike

    Come join fellow Los Angeles EPIPers and friends for an evening adventure in Griffith Park!

    We will hike together by the light of the moon, connecting with peers while enjoying amazing views of the city. Our journey will be about 3 miles round trip with around 500 feet of elevation gain. Bring plenty of warm layers, sturdy shoes, water, and a flashlight (just in case). We also encourage you to come ready with an ask or question for the group, a reflection on 2019, or an intention for 2020.

    Meet at 7:30pm at the south entrance of the Merry Go Round Parking Lot #1. This lot is on the east side of Griffith Park off of Crystal Springs Drive (click here for map).

    We look forward to seeing you there!

  • Tuesday, December 10, 2019 at 12:00 PM Central Time (US & Canada) · 1 rsvp
    Webinar

    Transforming Your Culture with Conversations | A CCL Webinar

    Join us for a webinar hosted by the Center for Creative Leadership!

    The webinar explore how top organizations are undergoing cultural transformation by improving conversations at scale.

    Sign up for the webinar here.

    If there's interest, we can debrief via Zoom, or during our next coffee meetup!

  • Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at 06:00 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada) · 14 rsvps
    TanakaSan in Seattle, WA

    EPIP Seattle | Holiday Party

    Join us at TanakaSan to enjoy some treats and drinks together. We'll celebrate what we've accomplished this year and look forward to what next year will bring. Friends, colleagues, and family welcome. 

    In addition to the holiday party, we also have a volunteer opportunity. On December 9th we're volunteering at Pike Market Food Bank. We'll be sorting through donations and picking up donations from Pike Market, and more! If you're interested in participating please email aviva@wawomensfdn.org. 

  • Thursday, December 12, 2019 at 05:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)
    Murphy Clubhouse in Brooklyn , NY

    EPIP NY | Madison Boys & Girls Club: College Experience Workshop

    EPIP New York has partnered with the Madison Boys & Girls Club to bring this interactive workshop to their members. Come and share your college experience, from how you selected your college, to how it affects your current role, to a group of high school students in Brooklyn. Many of us remember the college application process well. How did you narrow down your list? What were you looking for in a school? Did the experience match your expectations? Do you use anything you learned in undergrad in your daily life? Were you always thinking about philanthropy and nonprofits? Please join us on December 12th to share your experience. If you would like to participate and be a part of the panel to share your experience and answer questions, click here.

    We welcome members and non-members to support by attending. RSVP to attend. 

     

  • Friday, December 13, 2019 at 11:30 AM Central Time (US & Canada) · 15 rsvps

    EPIP Lunch

    Low-key Lunch hour get-together. Let's celebrate the year!

    We'll be enjoying pizza, salad, and dessert. Please contact Scott at slabott@bushfoundation.org if you have dietary restrictions.

    Can't wait to see you there!

  • Monday, December 16, 2019 at 06:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) · 24 rsvps
    The Meyer Foundation in Washington , DC

    2019 Holiday Party

    Please join us for the EPIP DC's End of Year Celebration Party Monday, December 16 from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm, come and share in the holiday spirit at the Meyer Foundation (1250 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20036). We'll have light refreshments, drinks, and the presence of good company. Let's take this time to reflect on the year we've had and look forward to more in 2020.
  • Tuesday, December 17, 2019 at 08:30 AM Central Time (US & Canada) · 10 rsvps
    St. Louis MHB in St. Louis, MO

    EPIP STL | December CoffeeChat

    Exploring Strategies for Utilizing Power to Advance Philanthropic Equity 

    Facilitated by Kristin Cowart (MHB) & Alyssa Curran (MFH)
    EPIP St. Louis Chapter Leaders
    Tuesday, December 17th, 2019
    8:30a - 10:00a

    Join EPIP St. Louis for a CoffeeChat! We will be sharing insights from the CHANGE Philanthropy 2019 UNITY Summit, where attendees explored strategies for shifting power to advance equity in the philanthropic sector.

    Chapter Leaders Alyssa Curran and Kristin Cowart would love to engage with you in a dynamic conversation around their learnings and insights from the 2019 CHANGE Philanthropy UNITY Summit "Building & Bridging Power” and explore how we can apply these learnings to our work in the region. 

    ​Building Power: Supporting structural and institutional CHANGE by shifting philanthropic energy towards racial equity with intersectional investment into community-led solutions.

    Bridging Power: Building relationships which leverage our collective power to ignite CHANGE that is rooted in an equitable society for all and is justice-oriented.

    More about the UNITY Summit

    The Unity Summit hosted over 1000 participants, from 10 different national affinity groups, with a focus on expanding individual and institutional practices in order to advance equity with an intersectional lens and with community at the center. Space was created for all attendees to participate as thought leaders and philanthropic activists and also learn from movement leaders' wisdom, audacious vulnerability and a commitment to action. We want to share with you the inspiring and transformative Unity Summit experience!

     


    MHB Meeting Accessibility

    For those needing assistance into the building, an employee is often seated just inside the door and is available to assist you. Anyone who needs additional assistance opening the two front entry doors can call MHB's main line: 314-535-6964 (no extension needed) and someone from the team will come to meet you at the door.


     

  • Tuesday, December 17, 2019 at 06:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) · 15 rsvps
    Surdna Foundation in New York, NY

    EPIP NY | AAPIP Holiday Party

    For the 2019 End of Year Celebration, we have partnered with the New York Chapter of Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy (AAPIP). We will be creating essential school gift bags for our friends and neighbors in Sunset Park. 

    Voces Ciudadanas will be the recipient of this year's gifts. We will assemble bags of books and school supplies (for ages 1-11).  

    Voces Ciudadanas is a volunteer-run organization led by Latinx and Chinese parents in Sunset Park. Founded in 2014, parents, mostly recent immigrants, came together to fight school overcrowding. After conducting research and galvanizing parents to the Department of Education to testify, they won a commitment from the city to construct five new public schools in their neighborhood. They continue to engage more and more parents in the neighborhood by providing leadership development support throughout the year. 

    Please bring an item or two or three from the list below for the party. We will supply storybooks, wine, and food! We ask that members contribute the items. 

    A contribution is necessary for entry into the party. To ensure that we have adequate supplies, please let us know what you might be able to bring. The goal is to be able to fill at least 30 bags.

     

     

    Click here to let us know what you might be able to contribute. This only for planning purposes. We can't wait to party with you! Bring a friend.