Facilitated by Gordon McHenry, Jr., United Way of King County President & CEO, this virtual panel will feature Sean Goode (Choose180), Regina Elmi (Supporting Partnerships in Education and Beyond), and Marshaun Barber (Reclaiming our Greatness). Learn more about the first year of the Collective, how we’re centering community and where we’re going next!
The Black Community Building Collective started in fall 2020 as a participatory funding approach to invest in Black-led organizations. This funding model cedes decision-making power around funding decisions to the people closest to the need. This group of 15 Black nonprofit leaders—who know their communities best—will determine how this funding is directed in order to support equitable recovery and long-term viability of King County’s Black community.
This is a fundraising event and standard tickets are $10 with all proceeds going directly to the Black Community Building Collective. If you are unable to provide payment, please select the 'no cost ticket' to join us.
Please RSVP by 6/14
The Zoom link for this event will be included on the confirmation page and email and will also be sent out closer to the event from an Eventbrite address, which sometimes winds up in spam folders.
United Way is committed to making all of our events accessible. We will have live captioning during this event. If you require ASL services please note that when you register and please allow us 2 weeks notice to ensure we can secure an interpreter for the event.
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