How are local governments using legislation to address long-standing racial disparities? What is the role of philanthropy in moving Chief Equity Officers and Legislators toward a more racially equitable Greater Washington region?
Calendar of Events
WRAG's Healthy Communities Working Group (HWCG) will be hosting:
CYF Working Group Meeting.
WRAG REWG Working Group Meeting.
More details to be added soon.
Join WRAG President & CEO, Ruth LaToison Ifill for a fireside chat and luncheon to discuss WRAG's new strategic plan and vision.
This is a virtual event, you will receive the zoom link via a separate calendar hold.
As we continue to battle the third wave and delta surge off the pandemic, the philanthropic community can reimagine a post-pandemic region built on trusting relationships, shared power, and equitable and inclusive systems.
A partnership has been formed to address the urgent income needs of community members i
“On November 30th from 1:30 – 3:00 PM, Washington Regional Association of Grantm
It’s that time again! The 2021 Annual Meeting of the Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers (WRAG) is upon us.
For many DC residents, the overlapping public health and financial crises have led to a devastating combination of increased debt, reduced income, overwhelming account delinquencies, and heightened vulnerability to fraud. Even before the emergence
WRAG has partnered with EPIP to offer their Philanthropology™, grounding in philanthropy with a social justice lens, program to DC! To use philanthropy to effect change, it i
Since the pandemic's start, WRAG has hosted virtual DMV funder's conversations on the pandemics' health and secondary impacts across the region, the opportunity for philanthr
The health, economic, and justice impacts of COVID have been and are most dire for those living at the sharpest intersections of race, class, and gender oppression.
COVID-19 has created opportunities for changes in the industry from remote working, benefits, office spacing, operations, flexible lending, grantee relationships, community e
Homeownership remains the primary driver for wealth creation in the US. In our region, however, the gap between white homeownership and Black homeownership is expansive and