Equity Partners Program: Pro-Bono Partnerships Advancing Racial Justice

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At Campbell & Company, we see every day how nonprofit organizations activate movements and help us all envision a more just and equitable world. It’s one of the reasons we love our work so much.

We also know that philanthropy itself brings up inherent questions of power, especially given inequitable access to wealth that has historically given more influence to larger donors and often benefited already-well-resourced organizations. The sector has often struggled with how to be anti-racist and fully inclusive of people of color, and we are committed to walking with our nonprofit partners in this work.

As such, we are inviting nominations for nonprofits engaged directly in racial equity work who might benefit from our nonprofit consulting services on a pro-bono basis. We are seeking partners who are committed to racial equity as part of their central mission.

We will prioritize (but it’s not a requirement) organizations with budgets less than $5 million that are BIPOC-led. We aim to select four partnersone from each of our four regions: East Coast, Midwest, Pacific Northwest, and California. We will engage in these partnerships in the spirit of collaboration, mutually determining a scope of work and team that meets the organization’s needs.

The nomination form should take about 20 minutes to complete. Please respond by Friday, September 11, 2020 if you are interested in being considered. And thank you in advance for helping us spread the word by sharing our call for nominations!

Fill out the nominations form

You can find more detailed information about the Equity Partners program here.

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Sarah Marino

Sarah Marino is Senior Consultant, Fundraising, and Manager of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Access at Campbell & Company. Sarah leads the firm's DEIA Council and helps her clients find the balance between the art and science of fundraising.

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