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December 16, 2020
1:00pm to 2:00pm
PST

This meeting is for the Broadband Interest Group at Philanthropy Northwest. Our aim is to bring an action-oriented understanding of the role philanthropy can play in supporting broadband access specifically in rural, Indigenous/Native communities and communities of color in the region. 

November 18, 2020
1:00pm to 2:00pm
PST

This meeting is for the Broadband Interest Group at Philanthropy Northwest. Our goal is to gain an action-oriented understanding of the role philanthropy can play in supporting broadband access, specifically in rural, Indigenous/Native communities and communities of color in our region...

October 21, 2020
1:00pm to 2:00pm
PDT

This meeting is for the Broadband Interest Group at Philanthropy Northwest. Our goal is to gain an action-oriented understanding of the role philanthropy can play in supporting broadband access, specifically in rural, Indigenous/Native communities and communities of...

August 19, 2020
12:00pm to 1:00pm
PDT

This call will focus on HUD’s proposed changes to the Equal Access Rule, which would ...

August 14, 2020
10:00am to 11:30am
PDT

Philanthropy has an important role to play in supporting community response to the evolving COVID-19 outbreak. This week's topic will focus on broadband availability and access.

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, reliable, high-speed internet connection has become

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Event Banner for COVID-19 Weekly Northwest Funders Call with virus icon and Philanthropy Northwest logo
February 2020 |

Last month, Starbucks announced plans to expand its Community Store initiative, which supports economic opportunity in diverse, low- to medium-income urban neighborhoods across the country, by opening 100 new Community Stores by 2025. Starbucks has opened 14 of these stores since the program’s...

Inside the Starbucks at White Center
February 20, 2019
7:00am to 10:00am
PST
Online

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.