This webinar is part of a series of briefings on census messaging results presented in partnership with the Democracy Funders Collaborative Census Subgroup. This webinar will share results from get-out-the-count messaging research,presented by National Congress of American Indians.
Register Now! With history-making results from the Midterm Elections, join us for an important discussion on the lessons learned from 2018 that can help inform our work moving into 2019. After victories on a range of ballot initiative campaigns including voting rights restoration, money in politics reforms, redistricting, changes in southern state strategies, and more, what can we learn…
This webinar provided funders with an opportunity to learn about the EITC Policy Development Fund, hear lessons learned from funders and awardees about how their efforts to expand access to state EITCs has transformed their ability to engage new allies in the effort to reduce poverty, and talk together about ways to apply these learnings to other topical areas or efforts in additional Southern states.
Access ppt presentation by Rebecca Vallas and Melissa Boteach, Center for American Progress on moving towards a progressive narrative.
Join GCIR’s November policy call, moderated by Marshall Fitz, Managing Director of Immigration at the Emerson Collective, to unpack what funders can expect after the midterm elections.
The Funders Census Initiative is pleased to present its fourth briefing on census messaging results in partnership with the Democracy Funders Collaborative Census Subgroup. Monica Vines, a Census Bureau researcher, will provide an overview on the messaging research conducted by the Bureau and their findings.
In 2018, the EITC Rapid Response Fund awarded contracts to groups in Maine, Massachusetts, Montana and Utah.
In the fall of 2017, the EITC Campaign Fund awarded state contracts to organizations in three states to help educate opinion leaders and the public about the importance of strong state EITCs. State efforts include Missouri, Oklahoma, and Washington.
EOF (formerly known as GIST) joined together with the Funders’ Committee for Civic Participation and other affinity group partners to cosponsor a series of webinars to discuss key issues facing the 2018 Elections together. This series provided a space for peer discussion around funding priorities, and connected grantmakers across a wide range of issue and…