What movement do you feel most passionate about? Health? Education? Environment? Criminal Justice? LGBTQ? What does that movement need in order to flourish? How do you think philanthropy can help?
We need you to tell us what NCRP, and foundations and other funders can do to support these movements in the near-term and during the next 10 years.
— Mida Associates (@MidaAssociates) May 8, 2017
One of the goals of NCRP’s new strategic framework is:
“Over the next 10 years we want to ensure that social movements – especially those led by the people most affected by disparities and inequality – have the philanthropic resources they need to win significant victories that make our society fairer and more just and democratic.”
There are differences among the many movements working to address inequities and injustice in specific issue areas such as health, education and environment.
Encourage collaboration on the ground and adoption of higher 'risk capital' to fund immediate calls to action & scale civic action? https://t.co/Yu6CXnmMfN
— Ryan Ginard (@ryanginard) May 5, 2017
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— Kumar Rao (@KumarRaoNYC) July 25, 2017
Jack Rome is communications intern at NCRP. Follow @NCRP on Twitter.