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Giving Done Right
68 minutes | Mar 16, 2021
Bonus Episode — Taking Stock: Philanthropy’s Role in Supporting Racial Equity
In this special bonus episode of Giving Done Right, we share a recent conversation on philanthropy’s role in supporting racial equity and the movement for racial justice, which was part of the first event in CEP’s 20th Anniversary Virtual Learning Sessions, a dynamic series addressing some of the major challenges currently facing philanthropy in 2021. Moderated by Giving Done Right co-host Grace Nicolette, this urgent discussion features Darren Walker, president of the Ford Foundation; Rashad Robinson, president of Color Of Change; Tricia Raikes, philanthropist and principal at the Raikes Foundation; and Yolanda Coentro, president and CEO of the Institute for Nonprofit Practice.
39 minutes | Nov 19, 2020
No Easy Answers: The Hard Work of Giving Done Right
In Episode 7 — the Season 1 finale! — hosts Phil and Grace are joined by Melinda Tuan, a trusted adviser to foundations and major donors around the country and managing director of Fund for Shared Insight. Melinda talks with Grace and Phil about the complexities of being an effective philanthropist and shares her deep expertise on how donors can navigate several specific challenges of giving, from measuring impact to making difficult decisions about where to give.
35 minutes | Nov 12, 2020
Changing Lives: The Power of Relationships
In Episode 6, Phil and Grace are joined by David Shapiro, CEO of MENTOR, a national nonprofit that works to drive equity through expanding quality mentoring relationships for young people. David talks with Grace and Phil about the rich tapestry of the nonprofit sector and makes the case for why supporting the people and relationships powering these organizations’ work can be a meaningful way for donors to have an impact.
42 minutes | Oct 29, 2020
In Community, By Community, For Community
In Episode 5, hosts Phil and Grace are joined by Chitra Hanstad, executive director of World Relief Seattle, Washington state’s largest refugee resettlement and services agency. Chitra talks with Grace and Phil about her experience leading a community-rooted organization — as well as discusses the ways in which donors’ behavior can either help or hinder her team’s work.
36 minutes | Oct 22, 2020
Making and Measuring Impact
In Episode 4, hosts Phil and Grace are joined by Tiffany Cooper Gueye, COO at Blue Meridian Partners and former CEO of the national nonprofit, BellXcel. Tiffany draws on her experiences as both a nonprofit leader and a funder, as well as her expertise in measurement and evaluation, to talk with Grace and Phil about how donors can better understand what works — and how they can go beyond their traditional networks to identify and support organizations that are doing vital work.
24 minutes | Oct 15, 2020
Holding up the Roof: How Philanthropy Can Bolster Democracy
In Episode 3, hosts Phil Buchanan and Grace Nicolette are joined by LaTosha Brown, co-founder of Black Voters Matter, an organization working to fight voter suppression and build power in marginalized, predominantly Black communities. LaTosha shares with Phil and Grace about her experience as an organizer and an intermediary and discusses the role that donors can play in strengthening democracy. For more resources on effective giving, check out the Center for Effective Philanthropy's website: cep.org Credits: Producer - Sarah Martin Music - “FasterFasterBrighter” by Blue Dot Sessions Artwork - Jay Kustka Want to send us a note? Contact us at email@example.com
23 minutes | Oct 7, 2020
Giving Until it Hurts: Faith, Pain, and Purpose
In Episode two, hosts Phil Buchanan and Grace Nicolette welcome Jason Hackmann, an entrepreneur and major donor whose name you won’t find in headlines, but who has quietly been investing deeply in efforts to end childhood slavery in Ghana. Jason discusses with Phil and Grace the role that personal experience and faith played in motivating him to identify and give meaningfully to a particular cause. For more resources on effective giving, check out the Center for Effective Philanthropy's website: cep.org Credits: Producer - Sarah Martin Music - “FasterFasterBrighter” by Blue Dot Sessions Artwork - Jay Kustka Want to send us a note? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
33 minutes | Sep 30, 2020
Change, Not Charity
In episode one, hosts Phil Buchanan and Grace Nicolette talk with a powerhouse leader in philanthropy: Jacqueline Martinez Garcel, CEO of the Latino Community Foundation (LCF). Jacqueline discusses her work at LCF, the importance of investing in community leaders, the role of racial equity in giving effectively, and strategies for how donors can tap into their communities to find the right organizations to support. For more resources on effective giving, check out the Center for Effective Philanthropy's website: cep.org Credits: Producer - Sarah Martin Additional editing & mixing - Mary McGrath Music - “FasterFasterBrighter” by Blue Dot Sessions Artwork - Jay Kustka Want to send us a note? Contact us at email@example.com
2 minutes | Sep 16, 2020
GDR Podcast Trailer
2 minutes | Sep 8, 2020
Introducing: The Giving Done Right Podcast
Join hosts Phil Buchanan and Grace Nicolette from the Center for Effective Philanthropy as they welcome leaders from the nonprofit sector to answer philanthropy’s burning questions and bust some myths about giving that have long plagued donors and nonprofits alike. Subscribe now for updates.
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