AFP Triangle is pleased to partner with Beyond Conflict to deliver racial equity training for fundraisers, nonprofit staff, and anyone interested in learning more about race equity in philanthropy.
Because this work is fundamental in creating an antiracist learning community and well-resourced nonprofit environment, AFP Triangle is committed to offering these trainings through a Pay What You Can model, while simultaneously compensating our trainers at Beyond Conflict fairly for their work.
Each session is being offered at a suggested price of $38 per session. Paying the suggested price of $38 per session covers your attendance. Anything more than the suggested fee helps to cover the cost for another attendee who may not have access to the same resources that you or your organization may have access to.
Even if you are unable to pay the suggested fee, you are very much welcome to participate in and join this training.
(Please note that you will be redirected to our EventBrite page for all registrations.)
- July 28, 2022: From Head to Heart: Centering Racial Equity
- August 25, 2022: Fundraising for Transformation and Collective Liberation
You will receive Zoom call-in information 24 hours prior to the event. And not at the time of registration.
Session 1: From Head to Heart: Centering Racial Equity
Thursday July 28, 11:30 AM Eastern
In this first of two sessions, we will explore why and how a racial equity framework supports your organization to center values on your organization’s journey towards racial and economic justice.
– What do our unique identities have to do with furthering racial equity?
– How can we make strides for more just workplaces and communities together?
– What 3 principles can help ground the work of a DEI committee?
From questions about organizational change and representation to building a more equitable work culture, this session will examine the complexity of racial equity and how we can make a difference no matter what our unique role is.
Full participation in “From Head to Heart: Centering Racial Equity” is applicable for 1.5 points in Category 1.B – Education of the CFRE International application for initial certification and/or recertification.
Thursday August 25, 11:30 AM Eastern
Reflecting on fundraising and the ways that race and class intersect, participants in this session will share about their own experiences confronting race and class dynamics at work. This session will zoom in on values-based fundraising, assumptions about donors, and 3 strategies to help shift our fundraising plans from transactional gift charts to transformational community building.
Full participation in “Fundraising for Transformation and Collective Liberation” is applicable for 1.5 points in Category 1.B – Education of the CFRE International application for initial certification and/or recertification.
If you have questions about the sessions, please email us