Equity in Rural Organizations

Date: Apr 18, 2019
Time: 03:00 PM to 04:30 PM
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Fee: Free; No Registration Required
 

Owning Who We Are: Strategies for Assessing and Communicating Equity in Rural Organizations

Questions about diversity, equity, and inclusion on grant applications can set us back on our heels. How do we answer if our communities are 2%, 5%, or 15% people of color? Are we diverse enough to receive funding? Is it even worth applying? YES! Funders and grant-makers are looking for partners that are building intentional organizations that reflect their communities. Join us for a dynamic conversation focused on rethinking how rural nonprofits communicate facets of diversity by answering: “who are we?”, “who is our community”, and “how do we grow into ourselves”.

In this session, DeeDee LeMier of Charities Review Council will share insight from grantmakers to help you submit stronger grant applications, build confidence in understanding and articulating existing organizational diversity, and identify tools for setting goals that reflect the individuals and community you serve.

About the Presenter

DeeDee LeMier is a passionate rural advocate, intent on breaking barriers to communication, understanding, and community across the state. She serves as the engagement and outreach manager for Charities Review Council and is deeply involved with rural advocacy work in Pine County where she resides. 

Charities Review Council is a 501(c)3 based in St. Paul, MN, serving over 600 nonprofit partners and 8000+ donors across the region and country. Their mission is to transform philanthropy by building donor and nonprofit relationships for strong, vibrant, and just communities.

 

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