Strengthening Relationships Between Funders and Grantees in Support of Families
During an upcoming webinar, learn about emerging funding practices that strengthen relationships among grant makers, community organizers and other nonprofit leaders. The session is sponsored by the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s grantee Institute for Family and Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago.
Casey’s Sandra Gasca-Gonzalez, vice president of the Center for Systems Innovation, will host the webinar with Matt Anderson, director of the Institute for Family. They will lead a panel of experts in discussing how funder-grantee partnerships can fuel innovation and change in communities to support family well-being. Guest speakers will explore ideas and their shared vision for bringing trust, equity and creativity into their practices.
Webinar: The Future of Funding: Cultivating Community Partnerships
Date and time: 3 p.m. ET, Thursday, June 23, 2022
- Rumeli Banik, Ph.D., senior program officer for child well-being at the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation
- Mike Finley, an executive leadership team member at the W. Haywood Burns Institute
- Bryan Samuels, executive director of Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago