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BADF Happy Hour: Youth Voting & Engagement
Power, Systems, and Narratives: Learnings from Community Centered Investments
Managing Director of Convenings - Skoll Foundation
Skoll Foundation seeks to catalyze transformational social change by investing in, connecting, and championing social entrepreneurs and other social innovators who together advance bold and equitable solutions to the world's most pressing problems.
Skoll Foundation is seeking a Managing...
Announcing Victoria Rodarte as NCG’s Senior Democracy Fellow
Reflection on Black Futures, Black Freedom, and Democracy
Breakout Session: Blanket Exercise
NCG's 2023 Annual Conference
Breakout Session: What is the Future of Our Climate?
Philanthropy is at an inflection point. Communities across Northern California are already feeling the effects of catastrophic wildfires, drought followed by excessive rainfall and flooding, and extreme heat during an increasingly warmer summer season. Historic and current systems of oppression, including environmental racism, land theft and redlining have resulted in the disproportionate burden of these climate impacts on communities of color and rural regions.
Breakout Session: What is the Future of Our Economy?
What if we built economic systems that facilitated us being in right relationship with resources, the land, and each other? Worsening economic conditions show that our current systems are rooted in historical legacies of extraction and exploitation. Building an economic system that not only recognizes the legacy of slavery and colonization, but works to repair this legacy is vital for philanthropy. As a field, philanthropy has a responsibility to steward resources, capital, and power back to those who have been most harmed by historic injustices.
Breakout Session: Youth Power
Young people are creating the world they want to live in by reimagining and transforming communities and systems. Through their activism, youth organizers are at the heart of intergenerational justice movements as leaders on the front lines and agenda setters for lasting change. Foundations that partner with young people and share power in a meaningful way that recognizes their leadership skills, move philanthropy to be more inclusive and equitable.
Lessons on Legacy and Lineage
Application: Emergency Loan
Before beginning the application, please note that only 501 c 3 non-profit arts & cultural organizations are eligible for ALF loans.
Please review the loan priorities and keep them in mind as you respond to questions about your organization’s purpose, activities, and financial need.
Application: New Revenue Opportunity Loan
Description: Can be used to purchase technology, equipment, etc. in pursuit of a new revenue stream.
Application: Secured Quick Qualifier Loan
Apply for the Arts Loan Fund Quick Qualifier Loan.
Application: Earned Revenue Loan (formally called Benefit / Performance Loan)
Description: Used for upfront capital to plan and hold events OR cover upfront costs associated with producing a performance or series of performances OR annual programming that produces revenue.