CNJG is pleased to offer this webinar, hosted by the Funders’ Committee for Civic Participation as part of their ongoing election work.
As 2020 rapidly evolves, Both/And has worked with organizing leaders in 12 states across the Midwest, Southwest, and Southeast to identify emerging priorities. As part of its State Landscape Assessments, Both/And’s quarterly state landscape updates work to reflect critical and immediate gaps in civic engagement programs. This discussion will provide the latest top line findings — including shifting field and digital strategies, COVID-19 adaptations, responsive racial justice organizing, and corresponding funding gaps — as state organizations in places like Arizona, Georgia, Ohio, and Wisconsin enter into the final phase of the election cycle.
Ilona Prucha, Wellspring Philanthropic Fund & FCCP Co-Chair
Trish Welte, Both/And
Katrina Gamble, Arizona, Georgia, and Minnesota Both/And State Liaison
Cristina Uribe, Colorado, Ohio, and Wisconsin Both/And State Liaison
Cost: Free for Member and Nonmember Grantmakers
This webinar is open to funders and philanthropic advisors only.