- Center for Disaster Philanthropy
- Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers
- Funders’ Network
- Grantmakers for Effective Organizations
- International Human Rights Funders Group
- National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy
- Northern California Grantmakers
- Peace and Security Funders Group
- Southern California Grantmakers
More than 60 million individuals have been forced from home around the world, among them nearly 20 million refugees. Across the globe, already limited resources—both public and private—are now stretched thinner than ever. In this environment, many organizations and funders are reconsidering old practices, searching for holistic models, and innovating to address the unprecedented needs and opportunities of displaced persons. Many seek to empower refugees and develop programs that not only holistically address needs, but are also refugee-led. In the United States, where needs range from middle-class, college-educated Syrian refugees to impoverished Central American women and children seeking asylum out of fear of gangs, diverse approaches are needed. This call, held in honor of World Refugee Day, will explore several innovative models during this era of the global refugee crisis. Join to hear from leading figures in the field about the potential and lessons learned of their approaches.
- Christine Mendonça, Co-Founder and CEO, Humans on the Move
- Amalia Greenberg-Delgado, Deputy Director, Asylum Access
- Josie Naughton and Dani Lawrence, Help Refugees
- Negar Tayyar, Philanthropic Advisor, The Global Whole Being Fund – Caring for Humanity on the Move (moderator)
Registration for this event is now closed.
Calls are open to GCIR members, other grantmaking institutions, philanthropic advisors, and members and staff of funder affinity groups and regional associations of grantmakers. (Participation is limited to organizations that share GCIR’s core values.)