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The CCF Rewind

Happy Monday! Here’s the latest from our CCF Content Hub. Also, we have two CCF-y events to share!

VIEW + READ: “Data Says! infographic #1: Nonprofits are unhappy with fundraising
By Anna Rebecca Lopez, AR Lopez Consulting

We’re super excited to share this first infographic in a series that visualized data that we collected from a survey of more than 2,000 fundraisers and nonprofit professionals! This infographic illuminates what so many of us know anecdotally: that the majority of nonprofit professionals are unhappy with how fundraising is done in the sector. More than that, it shows that the way white and BIPOC professionals feel actually aren’t that different at all.

Please check out the infographic and share it on social media! FYI, there’s also an accessible all-text version of the infographic.

LISTEN: “The Ethical Rainmaker: kink, consent, & centering community, with Lateef ‘L.T.’ Taylor
By Michelle Shireen Muri, Freedom Conspiracy Principal and CCF co-chair

We’ve been looking forward to this episode ever since Michelle told us it was in the works! In the latest, Michelle dips into the world of kink, and BDSM — and specifically consent with her guest L.T., a kink-trainer and activist. They explore the framework of consent, applied beyond the kink world as well as talk about boundary-setting, renegotiation, clear communication, power dynamics in npos, and more. Take a listen! And also, the episode transcript is available on The Ethical Rainmaker website!

FYI, we are always looking for new voices and new perspectives for our Content Hub! Check out our editorial guidelines if you’re interested in contributing!

Upcoming Events

What: 2020 WVDO Conference | Centering Justice: Owning Our Collective Power
When: Oct. 5-7, register by Oct. 3!

Event Description: Willamette Valley Development Officers (WVDO) is a BIPOC-led org dedicated to providing education and resources to fundraisers and development professionals. Their three-day conference (Oct. 5-7) will address the ways the fundraising sector can embrace abundance and center racial justice. And they are dedicating an entire day to CCF!

Enjoy keynotes from Vu (NonprofitAF + CCF), and Rowena Paz Norman of Feeding America. There will also be dynamic breakout sessions led by presenters from Michelle Muri + Justin Pabalate, and also Erika Chen and Christina Shimizu of CCF!

(FYI, sliding scale payment options are available for this conference for BIPOC, LGBTQ+, disabled, and low income community members.)

What: Fixing Philanthropy for Communities (the second in a two-part town hall series)
When: Oct. 5 at 11 a.m. Pacific Time (U.S. and Canada)

Event Description: In these trying times we see great examples of funders stepping up to meet the crises of COVID-19, racial injustice, and more. But these inspiring examples hide the broken funding system that keeps too much money locked away from the charities that need it now.

What are some of the national and state efforts looking to address the issues? This session will include leaders of the Emergency Charity Stimulus campaign, an effort that could unleash $200 billion over the next 3 years without increasing the federal budget or costing taxpayers another dime.

The panelists of this event are: California State Assemblymember and author of the Donor-Advised Funds Transparency Bill Buffy Wicks, Executive Director of Wallace Global Fund Ellen Dorsey, Founder and President of the Chorus Foundation Farhad Ebrahimi, and Slack Global Consulting’s Latonya Slack. This event is moderated by Jan Masaoka of California Association of Nonprofits (CalNonprofits).

The event is hosted by: CalNonprofits, Community-Centric Fundraising, Nonprofit AF, The Institute for Policy Studies, and inequality.org.

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