This webinar is hosted by Trust-based Philanthropy Project in partnership with Color Congress, a national collective of majority people of color and POC-led organization aimed at centering and strengthening nonfiction storytelling by, for and about people of color. This event is offered in association with Grantmakers in the Arts and Media Impact Funders. The webinar […]
Media Impact Funders is offering a special preview of Knight Foundation’s 2022 Knight Media Forum, the premier gathering of leaders in philanthropy, journalism and technology working to strengthen local news, communities and democracy. This meeting provides a chance for those attending (or for those who can’t make it but still want to learn more) to […]
We didn’t get to have our annual funder meeting at Sundance, but we’re eager to make space for you to connect with each other and build in time to reflect on the film festival as a group. What were your favorite films? What did you support and why? We invite you to share your 2022 […]
Is one of your goals to increase support for local news and media in your region? MIF is presenting a special opportunity to learn more about how to make the case for increased media and journalism investments through the documentary film “Storm Lake.” “Storm Lake,” about a family-run Iowa newspaper that has been struggling to […]
Candid (formerly Foundation Center and GuideStar)—which provides data-driven tools, educational resources and trainings, analyses, and more to the philanthropic sector—is offering a workshop to help funders learn how to use data maps to inform funding priorities and strategic decision-making. These maps are free, interactive tools that show the full scope of philanthropically-funded projects. For this […]
For the past six years, MIF has been gathering film funders at Sundance as a way to connect, share and learn from one another. It’s one of our favorite funder meetings of the year, but unfortunately we are unable to host the meeting in-person this time. We have a backup plan. On Feb. 15, after we’ve […]
These conversations are meant to serve as an opportunity for you to share what your organization is doing, learn about collaborative efforts from your peers, and stay connected to what’s happening in the field. If you’d like to share an update on your work or want to bounce an idea off your colleagues, let us […]
It’s not an easy time to be a science communicator. We’re dealing with an unprecedented global pandemic— and corresponding “infodemic”— a contested climate crisis, and growing concerns over new technologies like artificial intelligence. All these challenges demand public accountability and clear discussion. That’s why science communication is so vital to a functioning democracy.
The Multicultural Media and Correspondents Association is hosting its BIPOC Community Media Development Summit at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. Featuring special keynote and panel discussions with leading practitioners and experts who will provide a roadmap for unleashing the power of Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) media to fuel equitable and community-centered revitalization of neglected communities […]
As part of our collaborative film series, please join our partners, Philanthropy New York, the Justice Reform Working Group and PACE funders to a special clips and conversation on the PBS POV series Philly DA.