Mar 22 2022

Overlooked: Foundation Support of AAPI & Native Communities Sorely Lacking

Center for Effective Philanthropy

Virtual

On March 22, Center for Effective Philanthropy will be hosting, “Overlooked: Foundation Support of AAPI & Native Communities Sorely Lacking,” based on the findings from our recent studies that show that Asian Pacific Islander and Native American nonprofit leaders and their communities are being overlooked by foundation funding in the U.S. They are also having less positive experiences with foundation funders than nonprofit leaders of other races/ethnicities. This has been the case during, as well as prior to, the pandemic. These trends and other findings can be found in two reports released by CEP in December 2021. Overlooked (Part One): https://cep.org/portfolio/overlooked-part-one/ Overlooked (Part Two): https://cep.org/portfolio/overlooked-part-two The webinar will feature a presentation of findings by CEP’s VP of Research, Ellie Buteau, followed by an interactive discussion with these sector leaders: Sampriti Ganguli, CEO, Arabella Advisors (moderator) Patricia Eng, President & CEO, Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy (AAPIP) Vivian Long, Executive Director, Long Family Foundation Dawn Knickerbocker, Vice President of Development and External Engagement, Native Americans in Philanthropy Alvin Warren, Vice President, Career Pathways and Advocacy, LANL Foundation

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