2012 Grantmakers Retreat JAN 11th – JAN 14th

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2012 Grantmakers Retreat JAN 11th – JAN 14th

By: Andrew Wallace on November 6, 2016

Deauville Beach Resort

LGBTQ Grantology: It’s All In the Mix
 

  • Cross-Issue Movement Building
  • Grantmaking for Gender Justice
  • Capacity Building for Sustainable & Effective Organizations & Alliances
  • Creating Opportunities for Collective Strategy & Action

PRESENTERS

Caitlin Breedlove
(Southerners on New Ground) •

Rea Carey (National Gay and Lesbian Task Force) •

B. Cole (Brown Boi) •

Masen Davis (Transgender Law Center) •

Roger Doughty (Horizons Foundation) •

Emily Goldfarb (Gold Rio Consulting and RoadMap) •

Charisse Grant (The Miami Foundation) •

Ellen Gurzinsky (WindowBox Coaching and Consulting) •

Mia Herndon (Third Wave Foundation) •

Alice Y. Hom (Asian Americans/ Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy) •

Vincent Jones (Liberty Hill Foundation) •

Kalpana Krishnamurthy (Western States Center) •

Curtis Lipscomb (KICK) •

Paula Morris (Evelyn and Walter Haas Jr. Foundation) •

Manuel Pastor (Program for Environmental and Regional Equity and Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration) •

Gihan Perera (Miami Workers Center, Florida New Majority) •

Ai-jen Poo (Domestic Workers United and Caring Across Generations) •

Maria del Rosario Rodriguez (Florida Immigration Coalition) •

Nadine Smith (Equality Florida) •

Alfonso Wenker (PFund Foundation) •

Riki Wilchins (True Child) •

Luna Yasui (Open Society Institute)

 

When:
Opening Reception at 6pm Wednesday January 11th
Closing Session Ends at 2pm Saturday January 14th, 2012
**Pre-Retreat Meetings:

Where:

Deauville Beach Resort

6701 Collins Avenue

Miami Beach, Florida, USA 33141
See full travel information below


AGENDA
Tuesday, January 10th

5:30–8:30pm • Pre-Retreat Meeting: LGBTQ Public & Community Foundations

7:00–10:30pm • Pre-Retreat Meeting: Next Gen LGBTQ Donors

Wednesday, January 11th

8:30am–4:00pm • Pre-Retreat Meeting: LGBTQ Public & Community Foundations

9:00am–5:00pm • Pre-Retreat Meeting: Next Gen LGBTQ Donors
2:00–5:30pm • Retreat Registration Table Open

6:00–7:00pm • Opening Reception

7:00–8:30pm • Dinner w/Local Speakers

Thursday, January 12th

8:30–9:30am • Breakfast

9:30am–12:30pm • Conversation 1: Cross Issue Movement Building

12:30–2:30pm • Lunch

2:30–5:30pm • Conversation 2: Grantmaking for Gender Justice

Friday, January 13th

9:00-10:00 • Breakfast

10:00am–1:00pm • Conversation 3: Capacity Building for Sustainable & Effective Organizations & Alliances

1:00–2:00pm • Lunch

2:00–3:00pm • Group Activity

3:00–6:00pm • Open Space

6:30–7:30pm • Dinner

7:45–8:30pm • Cultural Program

Saturday, January 14th

8:00–9:00am • Breakfast

9:15am–12:00pm • Conversation 4: Creating Opportunities for Collective Strategy and Action

12:00–2:00pm • Closing and Lunch

Registration is open to representatives from any grantmaking entity

or philanthropic infrastructure organization

(e.g. board members, staff, grant advisory committee members, etc.).

Where:

Deauville Beach Resort

6701 Collins Avenue

Miami Beach, Florida, USA 33141

Reservations: 800-327-6656

Main Phone: 305-865-3511

Fax: 305-865-8154

www.deauvillebeachresort.com

PLANNING COMMITTEE MEMBERS:

  • Nicole Cozier (FLGBTQ Issues Board, Washington Area Women’s Foundation)
  • Anthony Bowen (Annie E. Casey Foundation)
  • Sangeeta Budhiraja (Astraea Lesbian Foundation For Justice)
  • Alexandra DelValle (Third Wave Foundation)
  • Dallas Dishman (David Geffen Foundation)
  • Roger Doughty (Horizons Foundation)
  • Kate Eubank (PFund Foundation)
  • Alice Y. Hom (Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy)
  • Steven Lawrence (FLGBTQ Issues Board, The Foundation Center)
  • Ben Francisco Maulbeck (Hispanics in Philanthropy)
  • Hez Norton (FLGBTQ Issues Board, Third Sector New England)
  • Mitchell Singer (FLGBTQ Issues Board, Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors)
  • Kimberleigh J. Smith (Paul Rapoport Foundation)

Quick Links

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Black lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people make up an estimated 12% of the population of LGBT adults in the United States, yet receive far too little philanthropic support. More stats in our latest research here: https://lgbtfunders.org/research-item/philanthropy-outlook-lgbtq-black-communities/

Grant dollars for LGBTQ Black communities has increased in recent years however, the amount of support remains far too small. Check out the infographic by Funders for LGBTQ Issues and ABFE for an overview of the unique needs of LGBTQ Black communities. http://ow.ly/GKyh50C2WYI

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