Compilation of a listserv query about how philanthropy-serving organizations handle membership engagement internally - how are tasks split among staff and how engagements are tracked and scored.
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This collection of research studies commissioned by the Florida Women's Funding Alliance, an Affinity Group of FPN, and conducted by the Delores Barr Weaver Policy Center have uncovered significant rates of violence and victimization among certain segments of girls in their communities, particularly girls of color and those identifying as lesbian, gay, bisexual or unsure.
As COVID-19 continues to spread in the country, it has been on top of mind for many philanthropy-serving organizations as the consider how this can affect operations, programming, member services and more. We collected how PSOs are responding with internal policies and external programs and other member services, along with recommended resources and events.
A transcript of the third episode of the ForumNation podcast featuring Patricia Eng of Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy (AAPIP). She spoke about the disturbing rise of hate and violence against AAPI communities due to the COVID-19 pandemic and how philanthropy can respond; how Asian Americans are often portrayed as the “model minority” while fear and racism are always simmering just below the surface; and how she views the current moment as being a potential “reset button” for philanthropy to think differently and bigger.
In the third episode of our ForumNation podcast, David Biemesderfer interviews Patrica Eng. She discusses the disturbing rise of hate and violence against AAPI communities due to the COVID-19 pandemic and how philanthropy can respond; how Asian Americans are often portrayed as the “model minority” while fear and racism are always simmering just below the surface; and how she views the current moment as being a potential “reset button” for philanthropy to think differently and bigger.
Resources for philanthropy-serving organizations for delivering virtual conferences including research on technology platforms, best practices, and tools.
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Sample language from philanthropy-serving organizations regarding the coronavirus both internally and externally.