As the wealth transition unfolds, there are strategies for family members who are both giving and receiving to set themselves up for success as they work to reduce inequities, fight racism, nourish science, and create a better Vermont and better world. Our latest brief highlights three of these strategies.
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Watch the webinar
Weiwei Wang, Co-Founder and Director of Operations & Development, The Vermont Professionals of Colors Network
Mia Schultz, Catalyst Leadership Coordinator, Rights & Democracy Institute and President, Rutland-Area NAACP
Hosted virtually via Zoom
Tuesday, October 5th at 1 p.m.
In 2020, the Vermont Community Foundation re-committed to answering the question, “What role does philanthropy play in creating a sense of belonging for all Vermonters—and specifically—BIPOC Vermonters?”
Join us and some of the partners we’ve worked with to discuss how philanthropy can help create a resilient and equitable Vermont for all current and future residents.
- Dan Smith
President and CEO, Vermont Community Foundation
- Sarah Waring
Vice President for Grants and Community Investments, Vermont Community Foundation
- Rich Holschuh
Director, Atowi Project
- Weiwei Wang
Co-Founder and Director of Operations & Development, The Vermont Professional of Colors Network
- Mia Schultz
Catalyst Leadership Coordinator, Rights & Democracy Institute and President, Rutland-Area NAACP
- Don Turner, Jr.
Town Manager, Milton, Vermont