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The Power of Thinking Small: Smaller Grants Can Have Big Impact

  • Tuesday, January 12, 2021
  • 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
  • Zoom

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The Power of Thinking Small: Smaller Grants Can Have Big Impact

COVID-19 is changing how we think about philanthropy.  Join us for a presentation pondering: What is the value of including smaller and/or newer grantees in the grants process?  How does this enrich both the grantee and the grantor? How does the affiliate adjust  to listen to the non-profit who best knows the issues being faced and the possible solutions?  What can these non-profits teach us about our communities?

The Spirit of St. Louis Women’s Fund has specialized in small grants since its founding in 2007, awarding over $2.7 million dollars in grants between $5,000 and $25,000.  Impact 100 Seattle is one of our newer organizations making their first grants in 2020.  They use a model of trust-based philanthropy to listen to and learn from small nonprofits in the Puget Sound Basin.

Panelists:

Vicki Sheehan
Philanos Liaison, Spirit of St. Louis Women’s Fund;
Philanos board member

JoAnne Sanditz
Grants Chair, Spirit of St. Louis Women’s Fund

Anna Graves
Co-President, Impact 100 Seattle

Webinar Date/Time:  Tuesday, January 12, 2021 9:00 AM Pacific/12:00 PM Eastern.

Please Register by Sunday, January 10! 

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