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Global Fund for Women Shows Us How to #GrantLikeAGirl

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We’re gearing up for International Day of the Girl on October 11—and we are thrilled to kick off the celebration by introducing you to our Adolescent Girls Advisory Council!

We firmly believe that girls are experts of their own lives—and brilliant feminist activists. So, who best to guide our work than girls themselves? Our Adolescent Girls Advisory Council plays a key role in grantmaking, strategic planning, and more.

Rising Together: The Girl Rising International Day of the Girl Summit 2020

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This action-packed Summit will take you across the globe, from Asia to Africa to South and North America. You’ll meet inspiring leaders, passionate activists, determined young people, and dynamic educators. You’ll hear spirited conversation, music, poetry, and see inventive stories of challenge and change. For a detailed breakdown of our agenda, see here. All sessions will feature real-time machine translations in 6 languages: Spanish, French, Mandarin, Hindi, Arabic and Bengali. Our platform allows you to hop in and out all day, so feel free to attend one or many of our 6 sessions. Spaces are limited, so if you haven’t done so already, be sure to reserve your spot here.

Spark Microgrants Celebrates 10 Years

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It’s hard to believe that Spark Microgrants is 10 years old! Your support over the last 10 years has helped Spark improve the civic and economic power of 325 rural communities facing poverty in East Africa and West Africa.

Closing the Race Gap in Philanthropy Demands Radical Candour

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We are excited to share this article by my friend and colleague, Kennedy Odede, Founder and CEO of SHOFCO. We decided to share this article from The Guardian in our blog this month because it tells the truth and makes plain the challenge for philanthropy: “as you fund and award white founders working in communities of colour (at home and abroad), ensure you apply the same level of recognition and support to leaders of colour who possess the same or greater skills and knowledge of their environment.” This is the challenge of being anti-racist and owning our own racist behaviors in philanthropy. Thank you, Kennedy for keeping us radically honest.

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Boston Faith & Justice Network Offer Uncomfortable Conversations Series on 9/30

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On 9/30 Boston Faith & Justice Network will hold the second in their Uncomfortable Conversations Series. The topic will be economic inequality. Join them to hear our panel share their interest and expertise, engage together as a community & consider how we might become change-makers working toward a world where the great inequities that currently exist in our economic systems are eliminated. Find details about this free event on our Facebook Event page.

Sign Up Soon: #GirlChildLongWalk Reading Journey with 100+ People from Around the World!

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Girl Child, who were you before the world told you who you should be? Watch a short video to understand the “mountain” we still need to move.

“Stepping out of the busyness, stopping our endless pursuit of getting somewhere else, is perhaps the most beautiful offering we can make to our spirit.”
Tara Brach