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The Ethos of Being Trust-Based: Reimagining Funder Roles in a Trust-Based Context

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Join GEO in Trust-Based Philanthropy Project's webinar series for a conversation to explore how a trust-based approach encourages us to understand .. Read more our roles as partners working in service of nonprofits and communities. Trust-based philanthropy encourages us to rethink our notions of traditional philanthropic roles, which tend to prioritize transactions over relationships. In fact, a trust-based approach encourages us to understand our roles as partners working in service of nonprofits and communities. Traditional Philanthropy has institutionalized and perpetuated harmful tropes about funders as experts and nonprofits as needy people who need to be held accountable. This has been perpetuated institutionally through our grantmaking practices, but also in less obvious ways, such as job descriptions, theories of change, program descriptions, and the language we use to describe our work.

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