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Fundraising for Participatory Grantmaking
June 23 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm BSTFree
How do we approach fundraising in Participatory Grantmaking?
Good participatory grantmaking starts with good income streams, or does it? Does it matter where the money for participatory grantmaking comes from, or is the most important thing that it’s happening? Why do different tensions arise when fundraising for PGM? And when all that is sorted, what (if any) is the role for donors in participatory grantmaking?
Join us on June 23rd to hear how 3 different organisations are trying to answer these questions.
Our speakers are:
Sadaf Shallwani (PhD) is committed to solidarity-based approaches, participatory and collaborative methodologies, and the generation and application of knowledge from Global South perspectives. She is a researcher, practitioner, and leader in global development, civil society, philanthropy, and education. Sadaf has two decades of experience in the areas of child development and education, child rights, civil society, and community development. Currently, Sadaf serves as Director of Programs and Learning at Firelight Foundation. In this role, she provides leadership for the strategic and impactful design, delivery, and evaluation of Firelight’s grantmaking and capacity strengthening for community-based organizations who are catalyzing community-driven systems change for children, youth, and families in eastern and southern Africa.
Paul-Gilbert Colletaz joined Red Umbrella Fund (RUF) in August 2020 as the Coordinator. In this position, Paul-Gilbert, with RUF’s International Steering Committee Members, lead the Fund’s fundraising efforts to catalyse more and better funding for sex worker-led organisations. Paul-Gilbert previously worked as Programme Manager for the global Network of Sex Work Projects (NSWP), Programme Coordinator for Solidarité Sida and as a Civil Society Member of the International Steering Committee of the Robert Carr Fund.
Yodit Tesfamariam, Partnerships Manager at Camden Giving. My role is to bring together people who live and work in Camden. As a black woman, early in her career, she is ready to address and conquer fundraising challenges she has faced.