Over the past year, the world has changed. Every industry has been disrupted, democracy has been challenged in unprecedented ways, centuries of racial injustice have been brought into new focus, and we have all had to learn anew how to connect—from behind screens, through masks, and despite disinformation.
We now have a chance to turn a corner. If we can learn the right lessons, philanthropy has a unique opportunity to redefine itself, strengthen the social sector in which it operates, and help create a better future. With that goal in mind, Arabella Advisors has launched a series of virtual convenings, conversations, and publications focused on the future of the social sector and philanthropy’s role in it. Over the coming weeks and months, we will bring together community leaders, experts, and change makers to explore the future of the social Sector. Check out the resources below to learn more.
To join us for the series and share your own ideas, click here and send us an email.
Check out the recording of our first convening here.
To register for the next event, click here.
We invite you to join our next virtual conversation:
Promoting the Public Welfare: Reassessing the Role of Philanthropy and Government on May 12, 2021 at 2:00 to 3:15 p.m. ET.
Our next session will feature Cecilia Muñoz and Xavier de Souza Briggs in discussion with our CEO, Sampriti Ganguli. Together, they will explore questions about the proper roles of government and philanthropy, and how each can—and should—bolster the capacity of the other to provide for the public good.Read More
On February 18, we hosted our first virtual convening in the series, “2020: What Have We Learned from Shifts in Society and Philanthropy?” The conversation featured Nwamaka Agbo and Ash-Lee Woodard Henderson in dialogue with Sampriti Ganguli. The discussion offered a hard look back at our recent crises and at the longstanding effects of systematic racism. It also produced a call to action for philanthropy to meet this historic moment by transforming how it uplifts and sustains BIPOC leaders and movements going forward.Read More
Over the past year, the world has changed. Every industry has been disrupted, democracy has been challenged in unprecedented ways, centuries of racial injustice have been brought into new focus, and we have all had to learn anew how to connect—from behind screens, through masks, and despite disinformation.Read More
Decades of disinvestment in government at all levels has resulted in weakened institutions that are less capable of addressing our most challenging societal problems.”Read More
We are living in a moment when philanthropy has the potential and power to catalyze transformative changes and improve our society. It must be bold enough to seize that moment.Read More