As demands for racial equity in philanthropy grow, many nonprofit leaders are seeking ways to create more diverse and inclusive nonprofits.
The Chronicle of Philanthropy and Women of Color in Fundraising and Philanthropy (WOC) invite you to join us on August 12, 2020 for candid conversation that will explore how the national reckoning on race is affecting fundraising, grant making, and leadership at nonprofits.
A powerful lineup of Black women philanthropists and leaders will offer advice on how to seize this moment of heightened awareness to advance change for communities of color, shine a spotlight on charitable giving among Blacks, and build a pipeline of Black leaders, donors, and fundraisers.
Join us during Black Philanthropy Month to learn:
- How to begin to build a pipeline of diverse donors
- What resonates with Black philanthropists and inspires giving
- Data and insights on giving by people of color
COLETTE PIERCE BURNETTE
President and CEO
Mays Institute on Diverse Philanthropy
Indiana University Lilly School of Philanthropy
YOLANDA F. JOHNSON
Women of Color in Fundraising and Philanthropy