RISING TO THE OCCASION: A Primer on Surviving COVID-19 for Black-Led Nonprofits
Black-led non-profit organizations are invited to participate in a free webinar series hosted by the Black Funders of St. Louis, an African-American giving circle in the St. Louis Region.
It is no secret that St. Louis faced challenges related to diversity, equity, and inclusion in every sector of our society. We are constantly reminded of the deep-seated inequities that disproportionately affect people of color – like a lack of adequate health insurance, over-incarceration, income disparities, structural racism, and access to medical facilities — which are heightened by this current COVID-19 crisis.
Black-Led organizations may be more acutely feeling the economic and health effects of this crisis and without attention to equity, the resources they need will not likely make it into the communities they serve.
This fast-paced webinar will cover strategic planning, programming, fundraising & fiscal strategies for black-led nonprofits during and after the COVID-19 crisis.
Date and Platform
June 9th 10am – 11:30am, Free Zoom Teleconference
Introduction to Black Funders of St. Louis
Founder of Black Funders of St. Louis, Founder + President
Strategic Planning & Program Refinement: This is Not Downtime
Marnee Morgan, Morgan Graves Consultants
Fund Development: Protecting & Growing Your Donor Base
Brandon Sterling, Sterling Consulting
Financial Planning: Surviving the Economic Downturn
Kim Stemley, Former CFO, RxOutreach
- Help Black-Led Non-Profit leaders cope with the programmatic and economic impact of COVID-19
- Promote collaboration and a shared strategy for sustainability
- Ensure equity and diversity in the St. Louis non-profit sector by supporting Black-Led Non-Profits.