Being Black in Canadian Philanthropy
Within the philanthropy sector, being Black can mean seeing leadership not reflect the racial and ethnic diversity of our city or country, resulting in a constant pressure to “meet and exceed fundraising goals,” “to perform better than,” as well as the unfortunate reality of “dealing with donors who make it clear you are invisible until you are introduced by a more ‘important person’ in the room.” These significant concerns are addressed in this resource by Darren McAlmont, a writer, anti-racism advocate, and communications specialist.
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Feb 01, 2022
- Organizational Development
- Funding Development
- Service Providers (Non-profits, Community Organizations, Local government)