The Weekly WRAG | Jan 19, 2022

Wednesday, January 19, 2022

 Mobilizing Philanthropy in the Greater Washington region

Wednesday, January 19, 2022

 

WRAG will be featuring Emerging DMV Black Philanthropy Leaders in honor of Black History Month! Do you know someone you think should be recognized? Let us know!
#BlackInPhilanthropy

 

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Meyer Foundation

 

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ABFE
Join ABFE on Monday, January 24th, for our first Membership Monday Spotlight Series of the year!

 

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Graystone Consulting
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Investing: Intention versus Action
Reflections for Institutional Asset Owners in 2022 and Beyond
Click the button below to learn more and register. Note: When registering you must indicate a Morgan Stanley Contact, in order to register you can indicate Allan House as the contact. 

 

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WRAG Membership Renewal 

WRAG members have been sent their membership renewal packets. If you need to access the renewal form you can do so here or by clicking the button below. Not a member? Contact Todd Pittman here

 

WRAG Membership Renewal Form

WRAG has published its new Strategic Framework transforming WRAG into a more racially just and philanthropy mobilizing organization. Check out the strategic framework by clicking the button below. 

 

WRAG Strategic Framework

Learn more about the Let's GO DMV! Guarantee Opportunity by visiting the new website. 

 

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Looking For Shared Office Space?

WRAG is currently seeking subtenants for our space at the Navy Yard! Do you know of a nonprofit or foundation looking for office space? If interested, contact operations@washingtongrantmakers.org.

 

WRAG Member's Only Calendar

This WRAG member calendar acts as a resource for all WRAG members to submit and manage events throughout the year.  

Use of this calendar can ensure that events do not overlap between WRAG Members. 

To submit an event: make sure you're logged in, then click on the add event button. 

 

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WRAG Job Board

An employer looking to showcase your vision and culture? Jobseeker looking to apply your skills to make an impact in the Greater Washington region? Showcase your opportunities or discover what you are seeking on our job board!

WRAG will review all position descriptions submitted to our jobs board. Position descriptions must include the following information to be promoted on the WRAG job board:

  • Location information
    • Remote, hybrid, or on-location
  • Includes salary information
  • Includes benefits information  

Click here to post and search. Free to WRAG members!

Interested in WRAG membership? Contact Todd Pittman, Director, Member Experience at Pittman@WashingtonGrantmakers.org, or schedule a time to connect here.
 
Working Group Recordings
Members of WRAG's working groups will receive the recording of their working group session after it has concluded. Working Group Recordings are available to members only. Interested in becoming a member? Interested in WRAG membership? Contact Todd Pittman, Director, Member Experience at Pittman@WashingtonGrantmakers.org, or schedule a time to connect HERE.
 
Mayor Bowser announces pilot program to give 132 new and expectant DC moms $900 per month

From the Article |"Mayor Muriel Bowser announced a new $1.5 million pilot program that will give direct cash assistance to new and expectant moms. Martha’s Table, a nonprofit organization, will operate the program, called Strong Families, Strong Future DC, giving $900 per month for one year to 132 new and expectant mothers in Wards 5, 7, and 8, the mayor said."
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'Treated As Second-Class Citizens': DC Mayor Makes Plea For DC Statehood
From the Article |" Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser called for D.C. statehood on Monday in remarks commemorative Martin Luther King Jr. while urging lawmakers in the Senate to pass voting rights legislation."
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Maryland must do more to preserve housing around the Purple Line
From the Article 
|"Maryland’s leaders know the state does not have enough affordable housing to meet the need. According to the State Housing Needs Assessment, a framework created by the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development with support from Enterprise Community Partners, the state lacks an estimated 85,000 affordable homes for its lowest-income families. As market forces push rents higher, the gap is growing. "
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Diverse City Fund is Hiring it's First Executive Director

The Diverse City Fund is partnering with POLIHIRE to find its next Executive Director. If you are interested in and prepared for this opportunity, please submit a cover letter outlining your qualifications and your resume to DCFund_ED@polihire.com. Please include only your name (Last, First) in the subject line when submitting these materials.

The annual salary for the Executive Director will be $100,000. The Diverse City Fund, through its fiscal sponsor, Social Good Fund, offers a competitive benefits package, which includes medical, vision, and dental plans and a 403(b) retirement savings plan.

 

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Race Equity Culture™ Fellowship Informational Webinar
Join GEO and Equity in the Center® on Wednesday, February 2 at 12:00 PM Eastern to learn about the Race Equity Culture™ Fellowship: a 10-month cohort for race equity leaders in philanthropy

 

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Awake to Woke to Work
Ground yourself in the process of building a Race Equity Culture. Explore the levers that drive change and the stages that mark transformation using the Race Equity Cycle. In collaboration with over 120 experts in the fields of DEI and race equity, we provide insights, tactics, and best practices to shift organizational culture and operationalize equity.

 

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