The National Center for Family Philanthropy is dedicated to serving families who give and those that work with them. In response to the COVID-19 crisis, we are offering conversations on topics of interest to all philanthropic families associated with family foundations, donor-advised funds, family offices, and other philanthropic vehicles. For questions about this series, please contact Jen Crino at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: This webinar was originally scheduled for June 24 and has been rescheduled to June 25. If you registered for the June 24 event, you are still registered for this updated date and can use the login information from your confirmation email.
In many ways, the COVID-19 crisis is one of equity. Those who were more at-risk at the beginning of the crisis have fewer safety nets, less support, and deeper challenges, and many nonprofits who are positioned to support these communities face those same barriers. With data now confirming the unequal impact of the virus on vulnerable communities, a comprehensive response requires an examination of the racialized structural and systemic barriers that existed before the crisis and consistently worsen outcomes in this moment. While a rapid response is needed, how can families build an approach for long-term recovery with an equity lens? In this webinar, join panelists for a discussion on framing responses to address the wide-ranging implications of the crisis, embedding an understanding of structural racism in long-term strategy, and how to put equity at the center of COVID-19 relief.