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How Funders can Effectively Support Volunteer-led Movements

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How Funders can Effectively Support Volunteer-led Movements

How can funders effectively support volunteers in movement building? This interactive session is all about how volunteers and organizations can work together as part of a movement. TCC Group and the Wikimedia Foundation will share their recent collaboration, showcasing what they’ve learned about how funders can effectively work as part of a shared-ownership movement. We … Continued

Making the Case for Inclusion of Muslim, Arab, and South Asian (MASA) communities into Racial Justice, Immigration Portfolios

Making the Case for Inclusion of Muslim, Arab, and South Asian (MASA) communities into Racial Justice, Immigration Portfolios will explore how organizations and activists in the MASA field are identifying as part of the racial justice movement and how funders are aligning funding to MASA and Muslim communities within a racial justice portfolio. The afternoon … Continued

How to Leverage the Law for Greater Impact

Do you want to hear first-hand examples from grantmakers and advocates of how supporting legal action as a grantmaker has transformed society? Do you want to learn how you can position support for litigation within any portfolio? Do you want to hear the key questions that some of the most experienced grantmakers in the country … Continued

2019 Africa Grantmakers’ Affinity Group (AGAG) Annual Conference

Since 2000, the AGAG Annual Conference has provided a unique benefit to the social sector as one of the few regular meetings with an international reach designed specifically for funders who support initiatives targeting Africa. This annual convening is designed to be a conversation among peers and an opportunity for funders to reinforce their personal commitment … Continued

Public-Private Partnerships: Risks and Opportunities for the Human Rights Movement

The aim of this session will be to help funders explore the potential of public-private partnerships for human rights, addressing how to assess opportunities to shift the needle on systemic issues, overcome challenges, and achieve specific partnership goals. Participants will leave with a deeper understanding of the governance and accountability challenges of public-private partnerships, what … Continued

2019 Grantmakers In Health Annual Conference on Health Philanthropy

The Grantmakers In Health Annual Conference on Health Philanthropy is the largest annual gathering of health funders in the country, and the best place to learn from seasoned experts and philanthropic leadership and exchange information, ideas, and insights with colleagues. This year’s theme is, “Ideas. Innovations. Impact.” Using All the Tools in the Policy Change … Continued

Capacity Building 3.0: Building Sustainable Learning Communities for Effective Public Health Delivery

Funders of public health organizations are striving to be more effective as the number of foundations, public and regulatory scrutiny, and demands for accountability have increased. As a growing number of grantmakers seek higher performance for nonprofits, many also realize they could do a better job “practicing what they preach,” especially in regards to planning, … Continued

Health Equity Research Learning Exchange

Hosted at the 2019 Grantmakers in Health Annual conference, the Health Equity Research Learning Exchange is part of Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s (RWJF) institutional effort to advance health equity through the new Health Equity Research Initiative: Exploring New Frontiers of Health Equity Research. The Initiative will encompass a sustained and collaborative set of learning dialogues, … Continued

How Funders can Effectively Support Volunteer-led Movements

How can funders effectively support volunteers in movement building? This interactive session examines how volunteers and organizations can work together as part of a movement, highlighting a recent collaboration between Wikimedia Foundation and TCC Group. Speakers will illustrate what they have learned about how funders can work effectively as part of a shared-ownership movement, exploring … Continued

2019 American Evaluation Annual International Conference

Wednesday, November 13 12:00pm – 3:00pm: 55: Concepts, Design Strategies, and Instruments for Evaluating Advocacy and Policy Change Initiatives Presenters Annette Lenore Gardner, Assistant Professor, University of California, San Francisco (Lead Presenter) Jared Raynor, Director, Evaluation & Learning, TCC Group 5:45pm – 6:30pm: 2648: The Art of Storytelling in Evaluation Ijeoma Ezeofor, Consultant, TCC Group … Continued