Foundations have the potential for profound impact on social justice. During this webinar, presented by the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy, speakers will discuss on how cultivating relationships is indispensable to social justice grantmaking. We will go over strategies for building effective relationships and look at how one foundation forged bonds with community leaders, nonprofit organizations and other grantmakers to boost the impact of its grantmaking strategy.
Join our speakers in sharing examples and ideas about effective (and ineffective) ways to cultivate relationships among various stakeholders.
Use the #ncrpchat and #buildrelationships hashtags on Twitter to engage with the panelists and other attendees, including @garciaashley and @WoodsFundChi.
- Ana Garcia-Ashley, Executive Director, The Gamaliel Foundation
- Casey Cook, Executive Director, The Bread & Roses Community Fund
- Grace Hou, President, Woods Fund of Chicago and 2013 NCRP Impact Awardee
- Jeanné Isler, Field Director, NCRP (moderator)