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June 18, 2024Online

Current Strategies to Recommit to Racial Equity Funding

As the anniversary of SCOTUS decision on affirmative action nears, join us to discuss real-time strategies and opportunities for funders to remain steadfast to racial equity commitments and advocate for a more just, thriving society.
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  • June 15, 2023Online

    Partner Webinar: Bridging Practice to Lead Forward - An Invitation from the Leadership Transitions Funders Group

    Over the course of a year, Philanthropy New York's Leadership Transitions Funders Group has engaged a group of NYC-based funders in building a community of practice to strengthen funder practices around supporting nonprofits going through leadership transitions and to more broadly address transition patterns or moments as they arise within the movements/fields we support. Join this exclusive one-on-one conversation that will share field learnings from an existing funder collaborative that supports leadership transitions and a funder engaged in the work separately as they make the case for funder learning organizing in this space.
    Remote Learning and Webinars
  • June 14, 2023Online

    Demystifying Trust-Based Philanthropy: Session 4

    This session will explore some of the underlying questions and concerns around accountability in philanthropy, and will offer insights from funders who have benefited from embracing trust-based philanthropy with a lens of mutual accountability. Participants will gain strategies for cultivating a two-way street of accountability in an equitable, trust-based way.
    Remote Learning and Webinars
  • May 31–August 2, 2023Online

    Demystifying Trust-Based Philanthropy

    Join GEO virtually during their 6-part webinar series where participants will explore common questions and misperceptions about trust-based philanthropy, featuring interactive breakout portions led by GEO staff.
    Remote Learning and Webinars
  • March 7, 2023Online

    Change Management and Deep Equity Conversation Series: Levers of Change

    In this two-part conversation series, we will explore different dimensions of Equity-Embedded Change Management. The first conversation on February 15, 2023, will provide an overview of this new publication and provide insight into this work in the philanthropic sector. The second conversation on March 7, 2023, will explore various levers of change.
    Remote Learning and Webinars
  • February 15, 2023Online

    Change Management and Deep Equity Conversation Series: Field Perspectives

    In this two-part conversation series, we will explore different dimensions of Equity-Embedded Change Management. The first conversation on February 15, 2023, will provide an overview of this new publication and provide insight into this work in the philanthropic and social change sectors. The second conversation on March 7, 2023, will explore various levers of change.
    Remote Learning and Webinars
  • November 28–December 28, 2022Online

    Awake to Woke to Work: Building a Race Equity Culture

    Equity in the Center (EiC) is hosting open enrollment working sessions on its "Awake to Woke to Work: Building a Race Equity Culture" research.
    Remote Learning and Webinars
  • October 26, 2022Online

    Recalibrating with Racial Healing

    At Network Days, we’ll explore how the field can integrate what might once have been considered temporary shifts in response to the COVID-19 pandemic into sustainable, long-term practice.
    Remote Learning and Webinars
  • October 3, 2022Online

    Virtual Workshop: Supporting Black-Led Movements for Safety & Liberation

    Join us in this interactive workshop to explore philanthropic strategies for funding racial justice and community safety work.
    Remote Learning and Webinars
  • August 30, 2022Online

    Partner Workshop: For Colored Folks Who Consider Their Mutual Liberation Enough

    This webinar aims to disrupt the ways white supremacy shows up in communities of color. Through interactive exercises, dialogue and practice, we will share a multi-racial framework for building authentic solidarity among Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC).
    Remote Learning and Webinars
  • June 30, 2022Online

    Centering Equity through Flexible, Reliable Funding

    Flexible, reliable funding can create a generative ethos for nonprofits and grantmakers by re-imagining the balance of power and developing transformational, rather than transactional, partnerships between nonprofit organizations and grantmakers.
    Remote Learning and Webinars