Join us in Portland, OR in partnership with Grantmakers for Southern Oregon and Washington, for our signature training Grantmaking with an Equity Lens. This day-long training prepares you to bring equitable practices more deeply into your grantmaking process.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
A Conversation at the Intersection of Racial Justice and Community Development: History + Community + Policy + Funding
Join Neighborworks America and the Fair Housing Council of Oregon for an intentional conversation about racial justice and community development.
Foundations use evaluation — intentionally gathering and analyzing information about programs and impact in order to inform decisions and strategy — to make sure their efforts are forwarding their mission.
We are excited to co-sponsor this learning series brought to you by the Funders' Committee for Civic Participation (FCCP). Session #3 will focus on a case study, such as the intended and unintended consequences that funders can have on movement building.
We are excited to co-sponsor this learning series brought to you by the Funders' Committee for Civic Participation (FCCP). Session #2 focuses on how evaluation frameworks perpetuate or improve power dynamics between grantees and grantmakers.
Join Philanthropy Northwest, other funders and community members for this conversation with James Forman Jr. In his memorable keynote, Forman shares his life journey as a child of a civil rights leader, a public defender, a founder of a charter school for incarcerated teens, and a law professor. He outlines America’s criminal justice crisis with both data and human stories. He leaves the audience inspired and armed with concrete ideas for how they themselves can contribute to change.
Join activist and author Sayu Bhojwani, for a conversation on representation, diversity in politics and her new book: People Like Us: The New Wave of Candidates Knocking at Democracy's Door. We'll host an intimate conversation between Kiran Ahuja and Sayu, and include time for small-group discussion. This is a unique opportunity to talk intimately with one of the nation's leading democratic visionaries. Available with virtual call-in option for those outside of Seattle.
This event will reveal insights from the African American Financial Capability Initiative (AAFCI), a three-year effort facilitated by Prosperity Now (formerly CFED). The initiative supports communities of practice that tailor financial stability projects to the needs of six communities across the Pacific Northwest and the Midwest through the collaborative work of 30+ black-led nonprofits in Portland, Oregon; Seattle and Tacoma, Washington; Des Moines, Iowa; Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota. Each community of practice addresses the racial wealth divide with innovative approaches.
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.