Getting Grounded in Grantmaking: An Introduction to NC Philanthropy
Relationships. Fresh ideas. New tools.
- Establish new and lasting connections with other North Carolina grantmakers
- Build knowledge base about the philanthropic landscape in North Carolina and beyond
- Increase self- and role-awareness in work
- Consider public and cultural narratives about power in philanthropy
- Explore personal frameworks around diversity, equity and inclusion
This session will be facilitated by Mona Edwards, community foundation veteran and consultant and Sarah Mann Willcox, executive director at NCNG. Members of NCNG’s philanthropic community will participate in a mid-day, “Unspoken Rules of Philanthropy” panel.
Registration fee covers snacks and lunch as well as a comprehensive notebook that includes NCNG’s Philanthropy Toolkit, all slides/participant guides from the session, and other helpful resources.
The NCNG team encourages you to wear a mask for this event. We plan to keep meal times free from programming to allow for social distancing or outside meals where possible to encourage participation across varying levels of COVID comfort.
In addition, we want to provide any accessibility tools that enable your full participation. Please reach out to Megan Bostic at firstname.lastname@example.org if we can be helpful.
Due to our capacity, we're not planning to offer a hybrid option for this meeting. We're still learning how we can provide equitable digital access to our meetings like this, but we still have some learning to do to ensure that both online and in-person participants can participate fully. If you have best practices or ideas, let us know!
Impact Alamance, Burlington North Carolina
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