Prospect researchers have a responsibility to play a part in helping nonprofits become proactively less racist and more inclusive. Here are a few ways for prospect researchers to think about moving the needle forward on making nonprofits anti-racist.
In September 2017, I was fired from my role as associate director of Invest in Youth in Seattle because I was outspoken about the organization’s need to diversify their volunteer tutors and board members. My passion for anti-racism work did not align with their investment in the status quo.
We’re so glad to have you here with us on this journey of transforming fundraising and philanthropy so that it is co-grounded in racial and economic justice!
Our welcome video features leadership from CCF’s Seattle chapter, folx who have been meeting and convening regularly over the past few years in order to develop what you currently see here …