Join us for a continuation of the discussion from our June 11th gathering. While we spent some time at that meeting discussing some very important and difficult issues, we plan to focus this meeting on how Jewish grantmaking will need to continue to adapt and shift in response to the COVID-19 crisis and work together to identify opportunities for support and collaboration.
We ask you to please review the shared document from the last session about members’ grantmaking priorities and begin to think beyond an emergency response to COVID-19. Come prepared to share ideas about investments, projects, and opportunities of interest for the next 12-24 months related to human services, Jewish identity, and supporting our Jewish institutions.
Please note: This session is designed as an informal sharing session for peer exchange and will not be recorded.
Resources from previous meetings can be accessed here.
The Jewish Funders Learning Network an informal network of philanthropists and grantmaking professionals in Pittsburgh who fund Jewish causes. Modeled after other GWP funder learning networks, and run in partnership with the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh, the purpose of this network is to create a space where:
- People who think about grantmaking in the Jewish space can meet each other
- Relationships are formed that carry beyond network activities
- Funders have somewhere to go to safely and productively raise and discuss questions and concerns with their peers
- Funders with common interests and approaches can form coalitions to address common causes.
We are committed to making GWP programs accessible to all members. If you have questions, or if an accommodation would be helpful to fully participate in this program, please reach out to Paula or call 412-471-6488 and we will make every effort to accommodate your request.