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Why Care About Care Cooperatives? Better Jobs = Better Care: Opportunities & Strategies to support Care Cooperatives - Shared screen with gallery view
Catera Cook
21:30
Catera Cook
Jane Paccione
21:46
San Antonio, Texas
Dena Jackson
21:50
TY for keeping care top of mind. Dena Jackson, Texas Women's Foundation, Dallas
Julia Cusatis
21:53
Hello - Julia Cusatis with Encuentro in Albquerque, NM
Samantha Perry
22:03
Samantha Perry, Massachusetts State Treasurer's Office
Allison Cook
22:05
Allison Cook, CARE Fund
Valerie Knight-Di Gangi
22:06
Valerie Knight Di Gangi, Program Officer, Valley Community Foundation, Derby, CT. So looking forward to this discussion! Hi everyone!
Jessica Coria
22:08
Hello! Jessica Coria Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, Los Angeles CA
Maria Bojorquez-Gomez
22:12
Hello all! Maria Bojorquez-Gomez from San Diego, CA. Account Manager at Strategies 360. mariabg@strategies360.com
Catera Cook
22:14
Catera Cook Unitedway North Shore Prosperity Center in Covington, LA
Danielle Vetter
22:21
Danielle Vetter, MetLife Foundation - Washington, DC
Jammie Albert
22:21
Jammie Albert, National League of Cities, Washington, DC
Paurvi Bhatt
22:30
Paurvi Bhatt, Board Director at CaringBridge; Rosalyn Carter Institute for Caregiving; Care Fellow at Caring Across Generations; Board Advisor at Wellthy
Debra Howell
22:37
Debra Howell, Marin Center for Independent Living, San Rafael, CA
Khea Pollard
22:44
Khea Pollard, San Diego for Every Child & Café X: By Any Beans Necessary.
Jane Paccione
22:47
Jane Paccione, Managing Director of Collective Impact at the San Antonio Area Foundation
Hilary Abell
22:55
Hello all - Hilary Abell, co-founder of Project Equity, watching from Western Sonoma County, CA
Padmini Parthasarathy
22:55
Padmini Parthasarathy, Principal & Founder, Sāmya Strategies
Gerrlyn Gacao
23:01
Good morning! Gerrlyn Gacao, Liberty Hill Foundation, Los Angeles
Erin Tarica
23:01
Good morning! Erin Tarica, Family Caregiver Center of New Mexico
Kaitlyn Bean
23:06
Kaitlyn Bean, SkillWorks/The Boston Foundation
Elizabeth Bennett
23:38
Elizabeth Bennett, Behavioral Insights Team, Queens (NY)
Ava Salonis
23:49
Good morning, Ava Salonis, Executive Director, CoRise Illinois
Catherine Collen
24:57
Hello! Catherine Collen, Metta Fund (SF)
Lei Ma
26:02
Hey Everyone! Lei Ma, World Education Services Mariam Assefa Fund (NYC)
Mona Masri, AFN, she/her
27:32
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Mona Masri, AFN, she/her
27:38
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Beth Yeap, Asset Funders Network
33:25
You can view our speakers' bios here:https://assetfunders.org/wp-content/uploads/Speaker-Bios_July-19-Webinar.pdf
Mona Masri, AFN, she/her
35:12
Thank you for joining us today. The webinar is being recorded and will be shared with everyone who has attended.
Norbert Cichon
35:53
Norbert Cichon, the Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation
Michelle Female Condit
37:28
Michelle Condit, Canal Alliance, California
Christina Bowen
42:04
Does Courage have a website that can be shared?
Aquilina Soriano Versoza
46:25
We are about to launch our new COURAGE website that we have developed with the support of the ICA Group and the Story Collaborative. It will go live first week of August. I'll share the address, just know it won't be live til then.
Christina Bowen
47:58
Thank you!
Aquilina Soriano Versoza
48:52
www.courage.elevate.coop
Mona Masri, AFN, she/her
50:34
Please feel free to post any questions using the Q&A icon on the toolbar on the bottom of your screen.
Myra Glassman/CoRise/she/her
57:33
www.corise.coop
Mona Masri, AFN, she/her
01:00:32
Please feel free to post any questions using the Q&A icon on the toolbar on the bottom of your screen.
Aquilina Soriano Versoza
01:02:12
+++ Rachel! Philanthropic investment in this care coop model can really help create and support innovative care and can help push and create models that government programs can also adopt and support.
Dena Jackson
01:04:02
Thank you Rachel! Good ideas for us to think about.
Hilary Abell
01:05:52
So appreciate Rachel's comments on philanthropy's role in supporting innovation, experimentation, community leadership and scaling. The examples of Courage and CoRise are amazing, and coops have the potential to scale as never before. Thank you to all the speakers!
Heather Burke
01:07:18
Fantastic, thank you everyone! Rachel really appreciate your call to action of funders to think about capital allocation in ways that prioritize true partnerships, worker power, and opportunities for systems change innovation.
Katrina Kazda | The ICA Group | she/her,
01:09:35
Hi Dena, funding for urban cooperative development. USDA Rural Cooperative Development has been a very important supporter of cooperative development in rural areas but there is currently no public funding for urban cooperative development, where we are seeing the greatest growth.
Khea Pollard
01:11:01
Bingo, yes Katrina +++
Heather Burke
01:11:38
Katrina, yes we have also experienced that in our work to support and scale shared ownership and worker cooperative models.
Dena Jackson
01:12:16
Texas Women's Foundation saw the fear about debt from child care home providers. We were prepared to set up a small loan fund for providers who needed equipment/construction to meet higher licensing standards and also to help build credit scores. We did not move forward.
Hilary Abell
01:12:54
Before we end, sharing a RESOURCE for funders and policy makers making the case for coops and employee ownership within their organizations: https://project-equity.org/about-us/publications/the-case-for-employee-ownership/
Katrina Kazda | The ICA Group | she/her,
01:13:29
https://www.jobsworthowning.org/
Aquilina Soriano Versoza
01:14:23
Also just want to emphasize that this model has real benefits for both workers and those receiving care. Many of the care workers are Seniors themselves and are very interested in learning innovative care models that support individuals to maintain and increase independence and quality of life of the individuals they are providing LTSS.
Heather Burke
01:16:35
Interestingly, in our work with home-based child care providers they centered home ownership as one of the primary obstacles to their growth as providers. Interested to see if this has been a theme for other practitioners on the call? We started CARE to address this problem to invest in homes as part of the childcare infrastructure challenge and build asset ownership for providers of quality care: https://www.missiondrivenfinance.com/invest/early-care-education/care-investment-trust/
Aquilina Soriano Versoza
01:17:04
https://www.grants.ca.gov/grants/social-entrepreneurs-for-economic-development-seed-grant-2-0/
Paurvi Bhatt
01:17:33
excellent conversation!!
Khea Pollard
01:17:34
Thank you all! This was so informative.
Aquilina Soriano Versoza
01:17:38
Thank you!
Valerie Knight-Di Gangi
01:17:41
Thank you!
Hilary Abell
01:17:42
thank you all!
Lei Ma
01:17:42
Thank you all!
Ava Salonis
01:17:43
Thank you!
Erin Tarica
01:17:46
Thank you!
Catera Cook
01:18:01
thank you