National Town Hall: Fixing Philanthropy for Communities-At Least Temporarily
October 5 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
You are invited to attend two national town halls on philanthropic reform that could save our charities and move money back to communities.
In these trying times we see great examples of funders stepping up to meet the crises of COVID-19, racial injustice, etc. But these inspiring examples hide the broken funding system that keeps too much money locked away from the charities that need it now.
This Town Hall, “Fixing Philanthropy for Communities” – the second in a series of two – will discuss: What are some of the national and state efforts looking to address the issues identified in Session I? This session will include leaders of the Emergency Charity Stimulus campaign, an effort that could unleash $200 billion over the next 3 years without increasing the federal budget or costing taxpayers another dime.
Featured speakers include:
- Moderator: Jan Masaoka, California Association of Nonprofits (CalNonprofits)
- Farhad Ebrahimi, Founder and President of the Chorus Foundation
- Ellen Dorsey, Executive Director of Wallace Global Fund
- Latonya Slack, Prinicipal, Slack Global Consulting
Town Hall Series Co-hosts: California Association of Nonprofits (CalNonprofits), NonprofitAF and Community-Centric Fundraising, The Institute for Policy Studies, and Inequality.org.