Integrate New Equitable Practices
A CCP Equity and Justice Program for Funders
Considering diverse perspectives and experiences is critical to effective grantmaking and foundation programming. Practicing equity requires slowing down to reflect on the ways we can facilitate a more equitable and inclusive grantmaking process. This interactive workshop is designed to equip philanthropy professionals with key background and practical approaches to centering equity in the practice of grantmaking and program development.
Presented in partnership with PhilanthropyNW.
Participant limit: 20. In order to accommodate as many members as possible, for now we are limiting participants to two per organization. Please let us know if you are interested in having more participate and we will accommodate you if possible.
This program is currently full. Please indicate your interest and sign up for the wait list. If space becomes available we will contact you. This will also help CCP in planning for future programs. Thank you!
Members: $125 | Non-Member Funders: $200
CCP is comitted to making this program available to all interested funders. If this registration fee presents a barrier to your participation, please let us know.
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Registration must be paid in full prior to the event. Cancellations must be received by September 15 in order to receive a refund. After September 15, no refunds will be given, but substitutions will be accepted.
Contact Annie Adams, Program Consultant, or call 860-525-5585.
Thank you to the following for their support of our diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives: The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven; Fairfield County’s Community Foundation; William Caspar Graustein Memorial Fund; William C. Graustein; the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving; Newman’s Own Foundation; Perrin Family Foundation; and United Philanthropy Forum.