COVID-19 Webinar: How Philanthropy Can Respond- A Funder Webinar on April 28

How Philanthropy Can Respond
to What the COVID-19 Pandemic Lays Bare for Girls, Fem(mes), and Gender Expansive
Youth of Color


A Webinar for Funders on
Tuesday, April 28, 2020 at 2pm EST/11am PST


On April 28, 2020, hundreds of funders across the country joined our webinar on how philanthropy can respond to what the COVID-19 pandemic lays bare for girls, fem(mes), and gender expansive youth of color.

Below find the video recording of this one-hour presentation and conversation.


Jeannette Pai-Espinosa, President, National Crittenton
Tanisha “Wakumi” Douglas, Founder, SOUL Sisters Leadership Collective
Logan Meza, SOUL Sisters Leadership Collective
Sara Haskie-Mendoza, National Compadres Network



Monique W. Morris, Ed.D., Executive Director, Grantmakers for Girls of Color



Follow all the panelists’ organizations on social media:

National Crittenton – Twitter, Facebook
SOUL Sisters Leadership Collective – Twitter, Instagram, Facebook
National Compadres Network, on Twitter here and here.
Grantmakers for Girls of Color – Twitter, Instagram, Facebook



COVID-I9-Related Resources and Guides

We are lifting up a resource guide on Covid-ID related emergency efforts already underway. So far the guide includes resources for survivors of gender based violence, workers, artists, Indigenous communities, specific communities of color (Black, Indigenous, Muslim, Immigrant, Women, LGBTQ), families and children, and for remote workplace and technology. We are actively asking the funders and grantmakers on this newsletter list to champion these important efforts with your grants and donations.