Explore the latest resources, webinars, and funding opportunities from other organizations engaging in anti-poverty efforts. The list is updated periodically to ensure “freshness!”
Collective Impact Forum, July 2020
This roundtable discusses community questions about how to support anti-racism within our work, specifically diving into how to host hard conversations when everyone is gathering virtually, and considering when the focus of your work feels “neutral”, and separate from race and racial equity.
Center for American Progress, August 2020
This article presents a snapshot of women in poverty, explaining why women experience higher rates of poverty, and exploring the policy solutions that can best ensure lasting economic security for women and their families.
CLASP, July 2020
For decades public benefit programs have provided essential support for families with low incomes. At the same time, these programs have reinforced structures of oppression. It is critical that we understand the history of the safety net in the United States because, without recognition of past and present harm, we run the serious risk of complicity in upholding systems of white supremacy.
August 19, 2020
What particular challenges are rural immigrants and their communities experiencing in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis? How are rural development organizations adapting what they do to align with, support, embrace and engage immigrants through the emergency and beyond? And how can policy help? Join the Aspen Institute Community Strategies Group to find out!
August 20, 2020
The National Council for Behavioral Health will identify public health leadership strategies to minimize the impact of anxiety on staff, as well as techniques to promote resiliency and self-care in a trauma-informed way.
September 17, 2020
The Annie E. Casey Foundation will share lessons from an evaluation of its effort to deploy race equity strategies and engage youth and families in reducing incarceration and other out-of-home placements for young people, especially youth of color.
Application Due: Rolling basis
National Congress of American Indians is offering Community Mini Grants for projects in support of its Native Vote campaign for the 2020 election cycle. Please note: NCAI will consider funding projects/events in whole or part up to a maximum of $2,000 per tribal organization.
Application Due: October 22, 2020
The Rural Digital Opportunity Fund will bring high speed fixed broadband service to rural homes and small businesses using census data.