Call Topic: Reimagining Fundraising: Ethics, Empathy, and Equity
Panelists: Aleah Simpson, Pets for Life Program Manager, HSUS; Paula Shaw, Pets for Life Program Director, Companion Animal Alliance of Baton Rouge; Stephanie MacGill, Founder, SIXONEFIVE Oracles
Delve into the transformative world of ethical fundraising with our esteemed panelists, Aleah Simpson, Paula Shaw, and Stephanie MacGill. Challenge traditional narratives, understand the importance of empathy in community relations, and tackle the pressing question of equitable practice in fundraising. From addressing power dynamics to the art of story-gathering, this panel will equip you with tools and perspectives needed for a holistic and compassionate fundraising approach.
About Community Conversations:
Maddie’s Fund, hosts a weekly hour-long Zoom call for animal well-being professionals. These calls are a collaborative space to share exciting new programs and research, discuss uncomfortable topics, connect with peers in the industry, and more, all while sharing a common goal of preserving the human-animal bond.
This call, recurring each Monday unless otherwise posted, is for executive directors, animal well-being leaders, shelter workers, pet support professionals, volunteers, and rescue organizations.
You need only register once to attend each recurring meeting. By registering for this event, your email address will be added to our community conversations mailing list where weekly meeting agendas and announcements are shared by Maddie's Fund. We do not share your information.
All calls are recorded and uploaded to the Community Conversations page on Maddie’s Pet Forum https://forum.maddiesfund.org/communityconversations
Win Ca$h for Attending!
Each month, Maddie's Fund will be giving away up to $5,000 in grants. You can enter to win each time you attend a call or watch on-demand during the month by completing the giveaway drawing entry forms shared in the chat during the calls.
Please note: All views expressed on these calls are not necessarily endorsed by Maddie’s Fund.