Future of the Social Sector and Future of Black Wealth Series

By Giving List Staff   |   September 23, 2022

Arabella Advisors has held two events this year in Arabella’s Future of the Social Sector series. For both events, they have shared takeaways and a recording of the event to their blog. You can catch up on “From Crisis to Opportunity: How Philanthropy Can Help Secure the Future” here and “Strengthening the Social Fabric: Can the Social Sector Help Restore Trust?” here. Arabella has another event coming up on October 12th, register here

Arabella has also launched their Future of Black Wealth series, part of Arabella’s Racial Wealth Gap practice. As part of this series, they have already released two blog posts; one on the start of the series and why it is a vital discussion to be having now and the next focusing on the opening of our office space in Durham, NC, it’s rich Black history, and how the process has inspired us and taught us many things.

They have also published two related posts on their blog; one for foundations looking to spend down and another on how to transition grantee relationships responsibly. These are both part of an effort to advise their family foundation clients and partners in how to navigate changes.


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