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Fundraising Pharmacy invites you to join us in Vancouver for the third annual WCFC -- the only award-winning, multi-day, annual professional development opportunity for fundraisers in western Canada.
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Thursday, May 31 • 11:15am - 12:15pm
B2-1 Subversive Acts by Everyday People -- social justice and progressive philanthropy LIMITED

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Martin Luther King, Jr. once said, “Philanthropy is commendable, but it must not cause the philanthropist to overlook the circumstances of economic injustice that make philanthropy necessary.”  

Don’t get me wrong.  There’s so much to admire and value in philanthropy.
But privilege and power too often dominate.  And I see that as a moral dilemma.

Traditional philanthropy dominates the sector, often reinforces the status quo, and may limit change. The sector’s writing, professional associations, and conferences do not give equal voice or recognition to social change philanthropy.

I first started writing about this in 2005. No surprise – pretty much nothing has changed.  So let’s talk.

But be prepared.  Some remarks may make you uncomfortable.

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avatar for Simone Joyaux

Simone Joyaux

Board development. Fund development, Joyaux Associates
Colleagues describe Simone as one of the most thoughtful, inspiring, and provocative leaders in the NGO sector. In January 2018, she began her 31st year as a full-time consultant specializing in fund development, boards/governance, and strategic planning.Simone presents around t... Read More →


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