Grantmaking & Philanthropic Collaboration

Join GCIR and our partners from the Four Freedoms Fund, the Latino Community Foundation, the California Community Foundation, and the Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation to discuss the importance of investing in movement infrastructure and to learn directly from funder colleagues how they define and prioritize this work.
May 2023
Webinar
Program
With the federal administration set to end the use of public health law Title 42 as an expulsion tool to deny would-be asylum seekers entry into the United States (a policy deemed unconstitutional by a federal court late last year) tomorrow, it is widely expected that a significant number of individuals and families will enter the U.S. through the southern border in search of refuge. Therefore, GCIR is calling on philanthropy to resource immediate and long term responses to the humanitarian needs of migrants.
May 2023
Statement
News
Join us for GCIR’s first southeast regional network meeting, where we will create space for funders in the region to connect, learn from one another, and map out opportunities for future collaboration.
March 2023
Regional Briefing
Program
Join GCIR and a panel of network stakeholders as we delve into a brand-new report which synthesizes lessons learned from the DOTD network over the past ten years and provides recommendations for future philanthropic collaboration.
January 2023
Webinar
A young Black man leads a group discussion with his multi-ethnic colleagues.
Program
This brand-new report synthesizes lessons learned from the DOTD network over the past ten years and provides recommendations for future philanthropic collaboration.
January 2023
Report
Resource
Find all program-related materials for GCIR's "A Decade of DOTD: Building the Movement through Funder Collaboration" webinar here, including the session recording and PowerPoint. 
A young Black man leads a group discussion with his multi-ethnic colleagues.
January 2023
Program Materials
Resource
Emerging leader scholarship receipeint, Joél Junior Morales, reflects on his experience at GCIR's 2022 convening in Houston.
Photo of Joel Morales.
July 2022
Blog Post
News
In her second quarterly message of 2022, GCIR president Marissa Tirona shares some of the highlights of GCIR’s recent work, including GCIR’s national convening in Houston in May, grantmaking and learning through the California Dignity for Families Fund, developing a theory of change though the strategic planning process, and partnering with Upwardly Global to advance the economic power of immigrant and refugee women of color.
Marissa Tirona
June 2022
President's Message
News
Resources from GCIR's 2022 National Convening plenary, "Moving Money and Power: Investing in Immigrant Leadership."
May 2022
Program Materials
Resource
Resources from GCIR's 2022 National Convening plenary, "Achieving Transformative Change: Merging Power Across Movements."
May 2022
Program Materials
Resource

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