Posts tagged ‘affinity groups’
Tags: aapip : affinity groups : diverse donors : giving circles : TAKE 5
Are you looking to increase the philanthropic resources going to diverse communities?
Forming a giving circle is one way to Take Action. Giving circles help to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion in philanthropy by nurturing the next generation of diverse donors. Giving circles can be hosted or sponsored by any number of vehicles: community foundations, affinity groups, nonprofits, or a group of individuals who come together.
To learn more, check out these organizations that have giving circle expertise:
Tags: aapip : abfe : affinity groups : communities of color : hip : joint affinity groups : nap : wfn
The months of April and May will be busy for Joint Affinity Groups and each of its partners, filled with conferences and meetings aligned with D5 Coalition’s priorities of diversity, equity and inclusion. Please read on for more information about these exciting events and how you can be part of the conversation!
This 2009 toolkit by the Annie E. Casey Foundation is a collection of tools based on the creation of an internal affinity group named RESPECT. Originally created as an informal place for staff concerned with racial equity to exchange ideas it has evolved to become an integral part of the Foundation’s work in underserved communities. This toolkit highlights the goals and accomplishments of the past 15 years and the growing commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion.
Tags: action : affinity groups : case study : Funders for LGBTQ Issues : leaders : legislation : LGBTQ
Tags: action : affinity groups : community foundations : council on foundations : family foundations : independent foundations : leaders : policies and practices
The Council on Foundations website provides resources regarding diversity and inclusion within philanthropic and nonprofit organizations. COF has made a commitment to promote diversity and inclusion within the organization and to encourage other organizations to incorporate similar policies and practices.