Reimagining Philanthropy

Salmon Nation’s Festival of What Works

18 Nov 2020 02:00 p.m. - 03:00 p.m. PST

Suz Mac Cormac will be joining the Reimagining Philanthropy panel during Salmon Nation’s first Festival of What Works on November 18, 2020. The panel will discuss how philanthropy can change with the times and how we can invest in people and practices that bring human activity more in tune with natural systems. It will address how we create trust-based mechanisms for funding real, systemic change to respond to the twin crises of climate change and the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Festival of What Works takes place November 15 - 22 2020 and will be a week of panels, discussions, films, demonstrations, and celebrations of practical, replicable ideas that contribute to community health throughout our bioregion. Topics to be discussed include education, economic development, entrepreneurship, activism, food production, conservation, media making, healing, health, salmon, and environmentalism.

Register today to hear from leading fundraisers, donors, and legal experts about a radical reimagining of philanthropy that the times demand.



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