2020 National Philanthropy Day: The Role of Philanthropy in Racial Equity and Inclusion
About The Event
As we’ve witnessed these past few months, so much of the response to COVID-19 and continued social justice advocacy work has advanced due to the generosity and investment from philanthropists throughout the Greater Milwaukee area. This year, NPD will highlight philanthropy’s role in furthering racial equity, inclusion, and community change.
On November 10th, 12 noon - 1:15 PM, the AFPSEWI chapter will bring you an important online discussion on Philanthropy's Role in Advancing Equity, Inclusion, and Systemic Change. The discussion will be moderated by Christopher Boston, Senior Pastor, Lamb of God Missionary Baptist Church. Our panelists include Ellen Gilligan, CEO of the Greater Milwaukee Foundation, Joe’Mar Hooper, Executive Director of Safe & Sound, Brianna Saz-Perez, Executive Director of Layton Boulevard West Neighbors, and Tony Shields, President and CEO of the Wisconsin Philanthropic Network.
Each of these panelists can tell a personal and organizational story about their journey toward racial equity and systems change – stories that can inspire similar journeys for each of us.
...Get involved with National Philanthropy Day! The event offers opportunities for you to...
- Gain inspiration and perspective on philanthropy and racial equity from some of our area's top thought-leaders
- Publicly celebrate your most treasured donors, increasing their affinity for your cause
- Tout the impact of philanthropy at your organization, to drive community awareness and generosity
- Become a sponsor and publicly associate your business with the social good of philanthropy
To learn more about our panelists and all of the ways you can participate in the AFPSEWI National Philanthropy Day celebration visit our NPD page: https://www.afpsewi.org/2020-national-philanthropy-day
Thank you to our 2020 National Philanthropy Day
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