CLASP's Child Care and Early Education team will discuss racial inequities in early care and education systems, how policies can advance or hinder racial equity, and implications for philanthropy when considering investment decisions in the early childhood education space.
Over the course of 3.5 days, we will visit major museums, houses of worship that played significant roles in the activism of the 1960s, and sites of key protests. We will meet individuals who were leaders on the ground in the 1960s and those who are pushing for change today.
These quarterly free lunch events provide representatives of local companies and foundations with an opportunity to get acquainted, learn more about Montgomery County funding priorities, and share best practices.
WRAG member leaders are invited to a special reception on September 17th at Howard University. This reception is an opportunity to build community among the leadership of WRAG’s member organizations.
WRAG and the Center for Nonprofit Advancement invite their members to a special learning session with Gelman Rosenberg & Freedman CPAs who will discuss the mechanics of the recent FASB update, provide examples, address implementation, and answer any questions.
Eligible to attend: CSR professionals, Institute Alumni, WRAG Members, and U.S. Chamber of Commerce Members
WRAG’s Racial Equity Working Group invites funders and leaders of immigrant advocacy organizations to a special briefing and community dialogue on immigration justice in the Greater Washington region. We’ll hear from a panel of diverse leaders working to advance racial equity in our region by organizing for policy and systems change in support of immigrant justice.