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Talking Together with Nonprofit Leaders: Why Color-Blind Philanthropy Creates More Blind Spots - Shared screen with speaker view
Quinn Hayes (HHFB)
19:30
Thank you friends!!! I am overwhelmed with joy and my heart is full
Tina Christensen
19:49
Tina Christensen, Winyah Rivers Alliance
Rodney White
19:53
Good afternoon, Rodney White Jr. Together SC intern
Tara Durham
20:15
Tara Durham, Palmetto Community Action Partnership
Elmire Raven
20:41
Elmire Raven, Board Member, ECCO
Mamie Nicholson
21:12
Good morning everyone. So happy to be here today. Mamie Nicholson, The Self Family Foundation, Greenwood, SC.
David Burden
21:59
David BurdenDirector, Nonprofit People SolutionsThe Newell GroupGreenville, SC
Bree Bess, BCBS of SC Foundation
22:18
Bree Bess, BCBS of SC Foundation
Byerly Foundation
28:20
am having problems with audio cutting out probably a weak internet connection here in office Byerly Foundation
Veronica Vereen, MUSC
43:53
Love the committee structure- creates a space for equity!
Laurie Rovin
48:17
The Greenville County funders have been very responsive to local nonprofits. I'm a consultant, who was able to help connect organizations with local funders. The funders have been very receptive.
Daniel Prohaska (Lions Vision Services)
50:41
Hello, Daniel Prohaska here at Lions Vision Services. We're a statewide nonprofit providing vision health services to low income families in all 46 SC Counties. Our partners at both the Coastal Community Foundation and Central Carolina Community Foundation had similar responses to the COVID-19 pandemic by talking to their nonprofit partners like LVS and allowed us the opportunity to loosen restrictions on some of our funding to meet our evolving needs while pivoting to adapt our services during COVID-19. It was a tremendous help to our organization and our clients! Genuine partnership and collaboration.
rmorris
53:37
Sorry for that -- I was moving from my car to my office
Madeleine - Together SC
54:05
Q - Do folks feel like our sector is successfully telling the stories of the work nonprofits are doing in their communities?
Marco Corona (One80 Place)
54:58
Please and thank you.
Ashley Redmond
55:26
Herbert is a Rockstar!
Quinn Hayes (HHFB)
55:53
I work at the Food Bank and our donors, foundations, and organizations supported us at unprecedented rate. They couldn’t help, but see the line, but I also brought them behind the curtain to hear the entire story. We are so much more than a food back and I wanted to ensure that our whole story was told. We can’t do this work alone. We truly are a community collective to ensure those that need it most are served with excellence and dignity in these uncertain times.
Quinetha Frasier
57:01
lol @ Marco.. ( The OG IDEA leader) :)
Marco Corona (One80 Place)
01:03:19
Do you agree that there is a myth that black/brown communities don't give or don't have the capacity to give? if so, what is a way to dispel this myth and engage these communities in philanthropy?
Quinetha Frasier
01:03:45
great question, Marco. I will share
Madeleine - Together SC
01:07:15
Q - Does anyone feel like the amazing in-kind contributions of founders of grassroots efforts isn’t always appreciated or value?
Marc A. Pitman
01:07:22
Finding alignment with voice, vision, and values - Herbert Drayton
Quinetha Frasier
01:07:32
Five types of Capital to bring to the community by people of color
Marc A. Pitman
01:09:06
Were the 5 types of capital: social, moral, intellectual, reputational, and financial?
Herbert Drayton
01:10:53
Yes!
Herbert Drayton
01:11:12
SMIRF
Quinn Hayes (HHFB)
01:11:21
Extending Grace...thank you for this amazing point
Marc A. Pitman
01:12:52
Ha! Thanks, Herbert! That will help me remember! :)
Madeleine - Together SC
01:12:59
Q - Once we start investing in grassroots groups, do we try to turn them into something else? Distracting them from their community outreach and engagement by requiring them to learn all the skills it takes to run a nonprofit?
Madeleine - Together SC
01:15:52
Vu Le says there are other ways
Byerly Foundation
01:17:11
In many of our communities the establishment if often looking toward the concept of "who are the movers and shakers" what Mamie just said is that as Foundations we need to introduce a new breed of mover and shakers who have always been around but not always part of the conversations. - The story that Madeline suggested is the story of these movers and shakers like Joyce who represents the base of change in our State
Marc A. Pitman
01:19:59
Thanks!