The CCF Rewind
We are still feeling pretty high from last week’s CCF Town Hall for BIPOCs! How about you? Be sure to save the date (Feb. 11) for the next one. Registration link is coming soon! Stay tuned.
“Always give a cost of living increase — yes, especially after 2020”
By Chris Talbot-Heindl, communications professional
Can you believe that cost of living increases aren’t always a given? Some organizations will skip giving these increases during lean years, essentially making their employees take a pay cut, which disproportionately affects employees without generational wealth (like BIPOCs, LGBTIQA2+ folx, and disabled folx).
In their essay, Chris makes an indisputable case for giving cost of living increases every year, no matter what. It’s the equitable thing to do! Read their essay!
“5 anti-ableist practices that any organization can embrace now!”
By Jessie Calero, fundraiser and freelance writer
Sometimes, well-meaning organizations that purport to be disability-focused are actually some of the worst offenders when it comes to ableism and its impacts.
Certain ableist practices can be hard to spot, so Jessie does all of us a real solid by breaking down what good practices should look like. Before donating to, supporting, and promoting the work of certain disability-focused nonprofits, be sure they pass Jessie’s five points!
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What: “COLLECTIVE” — a CCF BIPOC Town Hall Series
When: Feb. 11, 2021
Join us on Feb. 11 for another cafe-style series of conversations with other fundraisers of color across the country. We’ll explore our relationship with philanthropy, share origin stories, and imagine a world where communities are centered.
This event series is EXCLUSIVELY for Black, Indigenous, and persons of color, and is second of a three-part monthly series.
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