Join AFN and EOF for a webinar on June 15 as we release a new report designed to deepen funders’ understanding of the intersectional/intergenerational issues related to the care economy. We’ll lift up key public policies while providing innovative strategies and opportunities for greater funder collaboration to build an equitable care infrastructure.[
Join us to meet the Law & Social Policy Legacy Award’s first winner, Centro de los Derechos del Migrante, Inc. (CDM) and learn more about their work to advance justice with migrant workers.
Join us for a conversation on: distinguishing narrative strategies from communications and how to build the necessary infrastructure for long term change.
Join us to learn more about how government, philanthropy, and advocacy organizations are making the case for cash.
Cosponsored Webinar: State of Play: Local, National, and Intersectional Responses to Addressing Anti-Asian Violence and Building Durable AAPI Immigrant Power
Join GCIR for a conversation with local and national AAPI leaders to learn more not only about the narrative, policy, and solidarity efforts to address anti-Asian violence but also about opportunities to build durable AAPI immigrant power across the country.
This program will explore key fiscal policy and narrative battles and opportunities in the states.
Join us to learn more about key provisions in the federal budget and recovery package, upcoming budget debates, and strategies to advance worker justice, social protections and an economy that works for all.
Join us for a briefing on the organizing efforts of Amazon workers in Alabama, what the current moment represents, and their implications for the broader labor movement.
Join this session to hear from funder colleagues on how they are supporting policy advocacy, organizing and civic engagement strategies to build a more inclusive and equitable economy and democracy. Participants will have the opportunity to reflect and react to the panel discussion and share a question or takeaway this discussion brings up for them in small breakouts at the end of the program.
Read about our activities in our 2020 annual report and see a few highlights outlined below.