The second round of Ron McKinley Philanthropy Fellows was announced earlier this week, bringing four new high-potential individuals from underrepresented communities into the field of philanthropy. Fellows will be placed at one of three area foundations for the next three years. Learn more about the selected Fellows and their placements in the press release below!2015 … Continue reading [News to Use] 2015 Ron McKinley Philanthropy Fellows Announced
Thanks to Liz Johnson and Nevada Littlewolf for this important commentary and the encouragement to join #InvitationNation. Read on for more insight into and an invitation to VoteRunLead!We must put women in the political pipelineArticle by: LIZ JOHNSON and NEVADA LITTLEWOLF Updated: October 13, 2014 - 6:02 PMCities and counties are a place to start — … Continue reading [News to Use] We must put women in the political pipeline
See below for the Facing Race June 2014 e-newsletter, featuring new equity funding opportunities and a blog post from Minnesota Philanthropy Partners racial equity manager, Rowzat Shipchandler. Connect with usJune 2014New Equity Funding Opportunities Available Minnesota Philanthropy Partners affiliates currently have multiple grant opportunities for culturally specific and equity-related projects and programs. Please visit the … Continue reading Facing Race June 2014 – Funding Opportunities
The lightrail trains are now operational on the Central Corridor or METRO Green Line, so keep an eye out and stay off the tracks. Read more below about the latest updates and how to stay safe as you make your way around town!Expect trains anytime as operator training begins Feb. 24So staying off tracks is … Continue reading Lightrail Trains are Running – Be Safe!