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Embracing an Ecosystem Approach for Philanthropy

Join GEO and FSG for an interactive discussion with funders who are advancing community leadership and supporting the capacity of entire ecosystems to create change.

Event Details

Funders across the country are embracing the power of ecosystems for social change. Philanthropy is embodying a powerful shift from being at the center of social change efforts to working in partnership with the broader ecosystem of stakeholders necessary to sustain lasting change. This is more than a shift in power between funders and grantees, but a strategic redistribution and application of power, including the power of others, across an ecosystem to create change. Join us for an interactive discussion with funders who are advancing community leadership and supporting the capacity of entire ecosystems to create change.

This event is co-hosted by GEO and FSG and based on FSG’s recent publication, Embracing an Ecosystem Approach for Philanthropy.

Start: Tuesday, August 20, 2:00 PM Eastern

End: Tuesday, August 20, 3:15 PM Eastern

This virtual session is open to GEO members and non-members. Register here.

Speakers

  • Jessica Kaczmarek

    Initiative Director, Priority Communities, The James Irvine Foundation

  • John Harper

    Chief Executive Officer, FSG

  • Joshua Hearne

    Program Director and Senior Program Officer, Danville Regional Foundation

  • Marcus Walton (ex officio)

    President & CEO, GEO

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