Reading & Resources: September 2020

As we move into the last quarter of 2020, we are looking back at how philanthropy has responded to the needs of the year….

...learning from the organizations and movements in philanthropy that are taking new approaches to their work to meet the current moment…

  • In Inside Philanthropy, Philip Rojc profiles JustFund, an online portal designed by Emergent Fund to reduce the burden on organizations seeking grant funding.
  • Rusul Alrubail writes in Worth about the ways that philanthropy could work with social entrepreneurship to support BIPOC communities and leaders: “We need to rediscover philanthropy’s love of radical humanity and show the rest of the country the way to equity.”
  • Just Funders gives advice on how to “...transform this confusing and contradictory field of philanthropy to be one that truly embodies and supports justice,” including taking a systems approach, building greater literacy for and comfort with conflict, and supporting individuals within organizational change processes.

...and enjoying the resources that are inspiring EPIP chapters across the country.

Have something new on your reading list? Is there a resource you'd like the EPIP community to know about? Let us know at communications@epip.org and we may include it in a future newsletter.


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  • Erin Roberts
    published this page in Blog 2020-10-06 14:47:18 -0400