Black philanthropy leaders transitioning from sprint to marathon

Black Canadian fundraisers, non-profit and foundation leaders gathered last week at a pair of conferences during Black Philanthropy Month to take stock, swap notes and re-energize after two years of accelerated change.

Why It Matters

Many nonprofit teams are working hard to ensure their policies create equitable opportunities for Black colleagues. Two Black Philanthropy Month conferences offered new insights and strategies for pushing this work forward.

var TRINITY_TTS_WP_CONFIG = {"cleanText":"Black philanthropy leaders transitioning from sprint to marathon. This journalism \u200b\u200bis made possible by the Future of Good editorial fellowship covering the social impact world\u2019s rapidly changing funding and business models, supported by Future of Good, Community Foundations of Canada, and United Way Centraide Canada. See our editorial ethics and standards here . Since June 2020, Black leaders in Canadian philanthropy have been sprinting.\u00a0 They\u2019ve started new organizations, raised new dollars, and spent countless hours educating non-Black Canadians about racism, funding inequities and the need for increased support for Black communities across the country.\u00a0 In early August, a group of Black leaders had an opportunity to

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