Participatory grantmaking (PGM) is an approach to bridging the gap between grantmakers and those they serve, by including and/or empowering the people affected by funding decisions to participate in the decision-making. Join us for an engaging conversation with Kim Newstadt, Director of Research & Learning at the Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati, Aaron Shield, community memberfrom the Reflect Cincy Committee, and Aleeza Lubin, Managing Director, Program Operations at UpStart, about how they have put the principles of PGM into practice in their grantmaking. We will also learn some key takeaways for grantmakers and grantseekers who are interested in exploring this new model.
Read JFN's new guidebook: "Participatory Grantmaking in the Jewish Community and Beyond."
Director of Research & Learning
Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati
Community member, Reflect Cincy Committee
Managing Director, Program Operations
Vice President for Jewish Community Impact
This webinar is presented by GrantED, a joint project of Jewish Funders Network and UpStart that works to strengthen relationships between grantmakers and grantseekers in the Jewish community. To learn more, visit www.jgranted.org.