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Giving Project Info Session - Shared screen with speaker view
Rocki Simões (pronoun-flexible)
15:29
outside if whiteness, if possible
Amina Baha
15:30
I am Amina Baha, from Blaine MN. interested in philanthropy projects putting BIPOC at the front.
cfenelon
15:40
Good evening, everyone! Cassandra Fenelon, Woodbury. I am here to learn more about the program.
Janelle Hosfield (she/hers)
16:11
I’m Janelle (she/hers), from South Minneapolis. The Giving Project seems like a great way to advance equity and shift power and resources into the hands of BIPOC.
Sarah Gruidl (she/her)
16:25
Hi everyone! I’m Sarah Gruidl, she/her, in Minneapolis. I just participated in GP6.
Janelle Hosfield (she/hers)
16:28
and I am interested in learning more about this project!
Gail Korell
16:34
Gail (she/her), Minneapolis, a friend recommended I participate.
Fran Hutchins
17:12
Fran (she/they) and Laura (she/her) in Northeast, interested in this model of philanthropy
Brad (He/Him)
18:50
Prison Abolition, BLM, Police Reform/defunding.
Laura Paynter (she/her)
18:57
Supporting Indigenous people
Rocki Simões (pronoun-flexible)
18:58
++++++++
Ann Johnson (she/her/hers)
19:02
I am passionate about housing/shelter, supporting aging adults and refugees
Lauren Daumueller (she/her)
19:02
housing justice
nadia she/hers
19:05
Deeply affordable housing/housing for all
Gaonou Vang (She/Her/Hers)
19:11
Allocation of resources to our marginalized communities, housing
Laura Paynter (she/her)
19:22
Reducing inequality
Rocki Simões (pronoun-flexible)
19:22
bridging social services with social justice
Annie Schoonover (she/her)
19:30
I’m passionate about criminal justice reform at all levels but especially abolishing prisons, trans rights, and climate change
Brenda Urueta (she/her)
19:41
Mental health justice, particularly for women and women of color, and non-gender conforming individuals.
Ben Ashley-Wurtmann
19:44
social drivers of health, housing access
Amber Davis (They/Them)
19:48
Trans liberation ;-)
Rocki Simões (pronoun-flexible)
19:52
and rice krispies
Janelle Hosfield (she/hers)
19:53
a more just, community oriented, equitable approach to philanthropy
Sloane Kohnstamm
20:11
intersectionality of race and pretty much everything— housing, prison system, etc.; restorative justice
Sophia Ogren-Dehn (she/her/hers)
20:12
racial justice, and smashing the patriarchy
Annie Schoonover (she/her)
20:13
oh and abortion access >:)
Lauren Daumueller (she/her)
20:16
redistributing wealth!
Brad (He/Him)
20:25
I’m on board the rice Krispy team.
Fran Hutchins (she/they)
20:34
+1 for abortion access, trans liberation, repro justice
Brenda Urueta (she/her)
20:34
Yes, gender non-conforming… apologies for the mistake.
Laura Paynter (she/her)
47:10
How much time did you dedicate to this work?
Laura Paynter (she/her)
48:33
Thank you Sai.
Rocki Simões (pronoun-flexible)
48:58
Can grants be given to bipoc-led programs (within larger orgs), or just organizations?
Brad (He/Him)
50:43
To follow up on Rocki’s question, do the orgs seeking grants come to us, or do we have a list we reach out to?
Fran Hutchins (she/they)
50:47
I’m new to the Twin Cities and my network is not very large here yet so that’s my primary reservation. What types of ask goals are there?
Brad (He/Him)
51:41
Thank you Allison.
Rocki Simões (pronoun-flexible)
52:18
welcome to the TC, Fran!
Janelle Hosfield (she/hers)
52:43
Two questions:
Fran Hutchins (she/they)
52:45
TY! I like it here but it’s been a hard time to move to a new city + meet people.
Janelle Hosfield (she/hers)
53:18
Do the funds come solely from what the cohort raises, or are there other funds available?
Fran Hutchins (she/they)
53:42
Thank you!
Janelle Hosfield (she/hers)
55:33
At the time we start our asks, I am guessing we don’t know specifically what programs will be receiving grants, correct?
Amina Baha (she/her/hers)
56:14
thank you so much. I am sorry I have to drop off. I already learned a lot.
Allison Johnson Heist
56:30
Janelle- The funds come from what the cohort raises!
Janelle Hosfield (she/hers)
56:41
Thank you.
Janelle Hosfield (she/hers)
58:42
Thanks - helpful explanation.
Brad (He/Him)
58:47
Thank you Sam and Sarah.
Brad (He/Him)
58:56
Sai, silly auto correct.
Headwaters Foundation
01:03:02
https://headwatersfoundation.org/giving-project-program/how-to-join-the-giving-project/
Rocki Simões (pronoun-flexible)
01:04:07
Thank you!!
Fran Hutchins (she/they)
01:04:58
Thank y’all!
Ann Johnson (she/her/hers)
01:04:58
Thank you so much! This was really helpful and inspiring
Lauren Daumueller (she/her)
01:05:04
Thanks, all!
Gaonou Vang (She/Her/Hers)
01:05:04
Thanks!
Cassandra (She)
01:05:06
Thank you!
Sophia Ogren-Dehn (she/her/hers)
01:05:07
Thank you!!
Brenda Urueta (she/her)
01:05:07
This was informative and inspiring! Thank you!
Brad (He/Him)
01:05:08
Thank you. Nice meeting everyone.
Sarah - she/her
01:05:08
Thanks!
Sloane Kohnstamm
01:05:10
Thank you!
Gail Korell
01:05:14
This has been extremely informative. Very impressive and intriguing!
Ben Ashley-Wurtmann
01:05:17
thanks
Janelle Hosfield (she/hers)
01:05:44
I have a question but can’t figure out how to raise my hand :)
Annie Schoonover (she/her)
01:05:48
I have a question! I’m a recent college graduate and I’m noticing that I have a lot less fundraising experience than everyone else here. Have you ever had someone of my age/experience level?
Annie Schoonover (she/her)
01:10:12
Thank you!
Janelle Hosfield (she/hers)
01:10:27
Thank you!
Annie Schoonover (she/her)
01:10:40
Have a good night!