2020 has been one of the most challenging years in recent history. The onset of COVID-19, the resulting economic crisis, and the uprising against systemic racism
In the Fall 2020 issue of Stanford Social Innovation Review, a group of leaders at RVC reflect on what we are learning about capacity building and identify seven emerging key approaches in supporting the capacity of nonprofits of color.
No matter the obstacles, what was needed was action. As the president of the two-year-old PTSA at Rainier View Elementary School, Sarena Li said the reasons her initiative aims to support families in need are simple
“It is a month of rejuvenation, a month for a second chance. It reminds me of my purpose on this earth and encourages me to reset my goals and intentions, so another year doesn’t slip by without fully living it.”
I keep asking myself: A year from now, what will nonprofits wish we would have done right now? What mistakes do we need to avoid? What difficult decisions should we make? What opportunities could come from this?
You have likely noticed that Seattle Works talks a lot about dismantling racism. Evolving a historically and predominantly white organization into one that is actively antiracist has been a challenging and invigorating journey
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