How can philanthropy transform itself to invest in the preservation and protection of tribal sovereignty and the cultures, languages and way of life of tribal nations in the Northwest? How do we do our philanthropic work in the spirit of the historical context in which we live today? Join philanthropic leaders at the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians (ATNI) Winter Convening, where tribal nations do their collective work to strengthen and leverage their power.
Philanthropy Northwest supports a network of community foundations throughout the Northwest in the states of Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington and Wyoming. As part of this work, we are coordinating a regional convening to bring together the leadership of community foundations. We believe there is a unique richness when we learn and activate as a collective of community foundations. We hope to leave this gathering with a clear sense of our strategy as a network for 2019 and beyond. Please join us!
Tacoma/Pierce County is one of 10 communities across the U.S. participating in the multi-year Supporting Partnerships for Anti-Racist Communities (SPARC) initiative. Please join the Pierce County Funders Group to learn about the SPARC initiative from guest speakers Pamela Duncan from the City of Tacoma and Tess Colby from Pierce County and continue our discussion about Youth and Young Adult Homelessness in Pierce County.
Please join us for the next Alaska Funders Group meeting. Topics include a discussion about Alaskan philanthropy, the 2020 Census where more than $2 billion of funding to Alaska or $2,959 per capita, through federal assistance could be in limbo, and the upcoming Journey into Indian Country report.
Please join Philanthropy Northwest, Nonprofit Assistance Center and Rainier Valley Corps as we reconvene and discuss how the situation has changed for those communities on the frontline. How can foundations and community-led organizations work better together in response to new realities?
The National Center for Family Philanthropy (NCFP) invites you for a focus group discussion on the future of family philanthropy. We hope that you will join us on Thursday, March 22nd from 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM at the offices of Philanthropy Northwest to share your thoughts, ideas and outlook. We also welcome you to share this invitation with any of your colleagues or trustees who you think might have an interest.
Join us for an intimate conversation with Dr. Gail Christopher, former Senior Advisor and Vice President for Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation at the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. Dr. Christopher will share some of the context around Kellogg's over two-decade journey to become an anti-racist organization. How the organization moved from an internal focus to embedding racial equity into all programming. And she'll share strategies for dealing with resistance from staff/trustees by exploring the ideology of a hierachy for human value. Please come with your questions and dilemmas you would like to explore.