Trainings with Michelle Muri and Fleur Larsen
White Women in Nonprofits:
leveraging our role for racial justice
CCF Principles Winter Cohort 2024: Feb 8, 22 March 7, 21 April 4, 18 May 2, 16, 30, June 13 from 12-2pm PST all sessions recorded
Registration open through Feb 22nd, details below
Fleur Larsen and Michelle Muri
This course is for white women in nonprofits who are committed to anti-racism and want to use their gatekeeping status to make big impacts within their organization and the sector overall. Anchored in the Community Centric Fundraising Principles, we will utilize our role as gatekeepers to advance racial equity.
If you are looking for:
- A place to be honest about your racial equity struggles and mistakes
- To be in community with other white women to learn from and with
- Grounding to be in community with like-minded folx
- Learning to unpack and divest from white supremacy and ‘helping’ identity
- Dedicated time to focus on the CCF principles and analyze my reaction (healing, uncovering biases) while also considering ways to implement them at my workplace.
We will share real and vulnerable examples to illustrate the CCF Principles. With these sessions we will go over a few of the 10 CCF Principles, giving you an in depth understanding of them and what is needed to implement them in your work.
Spacious time and agendas for discussion, brainstorming and actionable takeaways. We know that the relationships within the cohort are an integral part of each person's learning journey.
Format: Cohort and Coaching
Group sessions with facilitated content from Fleur and Michelle with time for break out groups and all group discussion. Portions of the sessions will be recorded as well for those that cannot attend one.
Cost: Please pick a registration that reflects the access to resources (personal or work based) that you have.
Supporter $2500 Break even cost- for this to be sustainable for us we need the majority of registrants to select this amount or higher. Thank you for enabling us to offer this series at an accessible rate.
A bit about how to select your register type below: there are a range of ticket prices offered to support us thinking about financial equity and access. Money is often taboo to talk about openly and as with race we need to practice breaking those social contracts that end up keeping oppression in place. The higher ticket prices make it possible to offer the sliding scale.
Questions to ask yourself before deciding on a ticket price:
- Do I have access to financial resources?
- Am I making more money than I need to live?
- Do I come from family or inherited wealth?
- Is my employer paying for me?
- Am I an educator, medical staff, or essential worker?
- Have I been impacted by an economic crisis?
No one is turned away for lack of funds. For real. Reach out and let us know what works for you.
About Michelle Muri
Ignited by a beautiful volunteer experience, Michelle has crafted her career through 15 years of resource generation through social justice movements. Her successes and tenure at Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, now the largest immigrant rights org in the nation, fostered a critical lens towards fundraising and a deep love of community solidarity.
She believes there is deep power and personal healing in the work of generating resources from a values-aligned space.
Michelle is the founder of Freedom Conspiracy and Co-Founder of Community-Centric Fundraising.