The philanthropic sector is an ecosystem: a web of interdependent actors, infinitely variable, striving constantly to build something greater than the sum of its parts. Each nonprofit, foundation, donor, community, or network is affected differently by our national and global zeitgeist.
But as each player adapts to changes in that context, the sum of those many reactions can become a force of its own.
In this recorded webinar, philanthropic leaders and researchers from Brazil, Canada, and Mexico discuss how nonprofits and foundations in their nations are responding to the same — and different — forces at work in the U.S.
- Sameera Mehra, WINGS (Brazil)
- Susan Phillips, Carleton University (Canada)
- Ana María Sánchez Rodríguez, Cemefi (Mexico)
Moderator: Michael D. Layton, Johnson Center for Philanthropy (U.S.)
Original recording date: August 9, 2023