Do you or does your organization struggle with how to make your grantmaking practices more equitable? Puzzled about how to make your grantmaking more responsive? Wondering how to make the case to trustees that haven’t been out in the field? You are not alone!
Join us on April 19th, as we invite the Bay Area Justice Funders Network to share wisdom from “The Choir Book: A Framework for Social Justice Philanthropy,” and participants from its Harmony Initiative: Cassandra Zawilski, formerly of the McKenzie Foundation and EPIP Bay Area Co-Chair will talk about her work to “bake equity” into the application process. Jake Mogan of the 11th Hour Project will share the Accompaniment Program and digital story-telling to support Making the Case to trustees and Jazmin Segura of The San Francisco Foundation will discuss her learning from launching a Rapid Response Fund for Movement Building. This webinar will explore questions and tensions in grantmaking for equity.
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More about the Speakers:
Rachel Humphrey, Bay Area Justice Funders Network
Cassandra Zawilski, formerly of the McKenzie Foundation, EPIP Bay Area Co-Chair
Jazmin Segura, The San Francisco Foundation, PHOTO COMING SOON
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