19:00-20:30 IL, 12-1:30 pm ET, 9:00-10:30 am PT
It’s not just about the weather — the growing climate emergency presents a serious risk to the pursuit of all philanthropic aims. All aspects of society will be affected and we can use our philanthropy to make a difference. We have less than 10 years to act, and all funders -- whatever their mission and field of expertise — can have an immense potential for positive impact. It’s time to plan our role as individual philanthropists and collectively - We owe it to future generations.
Join JFN’s Green Funders Forum for “Global Warning: Climate Change and Jewish Philanthropy,” a five-part series. This is particularly timely in light of November’s UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow.
Session 5 - Climate Change and Us: An Interactive Discussion on the Role of Jewish Philanthropy to Impact Climate Change
Monday, February 14, (19:00-20:30 IL, 12-1:30 pm ET, 9:00-10:30 am PT)
An interactive discussion on the role of the Jewish philanthropic community: What can we do, individually and collectively?
We encourage you to review the recording and presentations from the previous session on Practical Steps for Philanthropy to Impact Climate Change.
Participants are eligible for a free consultation meeting - please email [email protected] for more details.
Green Funders Forum is a JFN peer network that brings together dozens of funders and foundation representatives from Israel and throughout the Jewish world with experts from academia, the government, and the philanthropic sector for learning, sharing, consultation, and skill-building in various subjects related to environmental protection in Israel. Watch Green Funders Forum videos here.
This event is open to all funders.
If you would like to participate but are not a JFN member, please email [email protected].
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