The COVID-19 pandemic has upended countless lives and communities across the region. Nonprofits find themselves on the frontlines of a crisis unlike any seen before – one that has threatened not only their existence, but the health and well-being of the people they serve. Philanthropy clearly has a critical role but faces key questions on how to best respond to an unprecedented situation.
On Tuesday, March 31, SECF will host an interactive, online forum for members across the region to discuss these questions and share insights on the incredible rapid response efforts and coalition-building that has already taken place across the Southeast.
This will also be your opportunity to provide feedback on how SECF can best support our members at this crucial time.
Speakers will include:
Jen Algire, President and CEO, The Greater Clark Foundation
Lydia Clements, Director, Georgia Grantmakers Alliance (GGA)
Robert Dortch, Vice President, Programs & Innovation, Robins Foundation
Pat Lummus, Executive Director, The Sartain Lanier Family Foundation
Gilbert Miller, Chair, Bradley-Turner Foundation
Mason Rummel, President and CEO, James Graham Brown Foundation
Chris Steed, Executive Director, Fullerton Foundation