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Free

IN-PERSON WORKSHOP: Building a Foundation for DEI

As organizations begin to mobilize on a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, it is important for the sustainability of the work to do so strategically and with a focus on resources to build accountability and buy-in to the work. Attendees will explore foundational terminology to assist in the launching of a DEI commitment and strategic items to focus on to building a strategic pathway for success.
Free

IN-PERSON WORKSHOP: Bias: Impact on Funders and Fundraising

Bias: Impact on Funders and Fundraising Description: As we look at the biases that funders can have, we will explore how funders can be biased due to the “rigid” (i.e. WSC) qualifications of the grantee that are suggested/required by the funding source itself. These rigid qualifications can be exclusive to BiPOC organizations and might weed out organizations that are not deemed or reputable in the eyes of funders.
Free

IN-PERSON WORKSHOP:I Don’t See Race: A Conversation About the Impact of Skin Color

I Don’t See Race: A Conversation About the Impact of Skin Color Description: Race is real in the United States of America. From the moment the first ship arrived to these shores, race has impacted how we experience life, how we experience the world around us and who we choose to call friends. This conversation will provide historical context regarding the impact of race and what we can do to start to change our responses to its existence.
Free

VIRTUAL WORKSHOP: Building a Foundation for DEI

Building a Foundation for DEI Description: As organizations begin to mobilize on a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, it is important for the sustainability of the work to do so strategically and with a focus on resources to build accountability and buy-in to the work. Attendees will explore foundational terminology to assist in the launching of a DEI commitment and strategic items to focus on to building a strategic pathway for success.
Free

VIRTUAL WORKSHOP: Bias: Impact on Funders and Fundraising

Bias: Impact on Funders and Fundraising Description: As we look at the biases that funders can have, we will explore how funders can be biased due to the “rigid” (i.e. WSC) qualifications of the grantee that are suggested/required by the funding source itself. These rigid qualifications can be exclusive to BiPOC organizations and might weed out organizations that are not deemed or reputable in the eyes of funders.
Free

VIRTUAL WORKSHOP: I Don’t See Race: A Conversation About the Impact of Skin Color

Description: Race is real in the United States of America. From the moment the first ship arrived to these shores, race has impacted how we experience life, how we experience the world around us and who we choose to call friends. This conversation will provide historical context regarding the impact of race and what we can do to start to change our responses to its existence.
September 29, 2021
9:00 AM
VIRTUAL ONLINE - ZOOM
P.O. Box 20842
Lehigh Valley, PA, PA 18002

Description

WELCOME to the 2021 IDEA Summit breakout workshop section.

There are three breakout workshops to choose from. Please note, you may only add  (2) workshops of your choice due to time constraints. These workshops are included with your Fundraising Passport and ticket at no cost to you. 

If you are attending virtually, please choose the virtual workshop ticket option and if you are attending in-person please choose the in-person workshop ticket option. 

PLEASE NOTE AN EMAIL WITH INSTRUCTIONS WILL BE SENT TO REGISTRANTS PRIOR TO THE EVENT START DATE. 

 

BREAKOUT WORKSHOP DESCRIPTIONS BELOW: 


Building a Foundation for DEI
Description: As organizations begin to mobilize on a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, it is important for the sustainability of the work to do so strategically and with a focus on resources to build accountability and buy-in to the work. Attendees will explore foundational terminology to assist in the launching of a DEI commitment and strategic items to focus on to building a strategic pathway for success.

Bias: Impact on Funders and Fundraising
Description: As we look at the biases that funders can have, we will explore how funders can be biased due to the “rigid” (i.e. WSC) qualifications of the grantee that are suggested/required by the funding source itself. These rigid qualifications can be exclusive to BiPOC organizations and might weed out organizations that are not deemed or reputable in the eyes of funders.

I Don’t See Race: A Conversation About the Impact of Skin Color
Description: Race is real in the United States of America. From the moment the first ship arrived to these shores, race has impacted how we experience life, how we experience the world around us and who we choose to call friends. This conversation will provide historical context regarding the impact of race and what we can do to start to change our responses to its existence.

 

VIRTUAL ONLINE - ZOOM
P.O. Box 20842
Lehigh Valley, PA, PA 18002

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