Following the first webinar, this 60-minute panel discussion will illustrate the value of accessibility and disability inclusion as part of intersectional and equitable grantmaking practices. Panel members, include Ability Central staff and representatives from Borealis Philanthropy and the WITH Foundation who will outline some of the inequitable practices of traditional nonprofit and philanthropy structures, suggest ways in which funders can adjust their practices to be more inclusive of people with disabilities, make connections to tenets of the disability justice movement, and discuss how any funder can incorporate disability-led projects to their issue area. This presentation will be great for program officers, grant managers, entire philanthropy teams, or anyone interested in incorporating disability inclusion in their funding practices. Participants will leave with actionable steps their organization can take to improve accessibility in their grantmaking processes, as well as resources to find additional information.
Co-Sponsored by Ability Central, Philanthropy California, and the WITH Foundation