Across the U.S., rural, small town and Indigenous communities struggle to access the resources they need for their people to thrive. While these communities often look out for one another in powerful ways, they receive a disproportionately small share of total U.S. philanthropy, vital resources for innovation, for transitioning to new economic footing and for bridging to other forms of capital. Given the national context, including rising inequality and polarization, it has never been more important to bridge this resource gap and engage with rural social entrepreneurs and communities that are taking on entrenched challenges.
Featuring: Felecia Lucky, President, Black Belt Community Foundation, Gerry Roll, Executive Director, Foundation for Appalachian Kentucky and Nancy Van Milligen, President and CEO, Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque
Moderated by: Kim Syman, Managing Partner, New Profit
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