• A Celebration of Allies

    New York Times columnist Frank Bruni moderates a conversation with three remarkable families:
    • Maryann Simpson and her daughter Aija Simpson
    • Paul Singer and his son Andrew Morris-Singer
    • Brian Burke and his son Patrick Burke

    Posted 2.13.15
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  • Kate Kendall, Maya Harris, and Tim Sweeney: America's Challenges are LGBT Challenges, Part 1

    Assessing LGBT issues through a prism of defining national challenges helps to illuminate the unique ways in which "American" issues impact LGBT people and vice versa. This sobering look at the challenges faced by the most vulnerable among us also showcases donors who have been inspired to make these challenges a priority for their giving. An overview featuring:
    • Tim Sweeney [moderator], Gill Foundation
    • Kate Kendall, National Center for Lesbian Rights
    • Maya Harris, Ford Foundation

    Posted 2.18.15
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  • America's Challenges are LGBT Challenges, Part 2

    Advocates and donors offer a sobering look at the challenges faced by the most vulnerable among us. Featuring:
    • School Climate: Geoffrey Winder (GSA Network) and Ryan Pedlow (Ziff Brothers Investments / GLSEN)
    • Youth Homelessness: Jama Shelton (Forty to None Project) and Terrence Meck (The Palette Fund)
    • Healthcare Access for All: Jace Woodrum (One Colorado) and Jennifer Kates (Kaiser Family Foundation)
    • Immigration Reform: Jorge Gutierrez (United We Dream) and Matt Foreman (Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr. Fund)
    • Aging: Kathleen Sullivan (L.A. Gay and Lesbian Center) and Ambassador James C. Hormel
    • Global / International: Selly Thiam (None on Record) and J. Bob Alotta (Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice)

    Posted 2.18.15
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  • Craig Harwood: At Seven I Knew

    With humor and honesty, Craig Harwood shares what being a gay man has meant in his life – how he turned pain into power and change in the world.

    Posted 5.10.11
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  • Joanne Herman: Developing Transgender Philanthropy

    The top three transgender organizations in the country only have a combined annual budget of $1.4 million, and that's concerning for Joanne Herman, author of Transgender Explained For Those Who Are Not. So concerning that at OutGiving 2009 Joanne helped launch the first-ever national transgender giving circle and did everything she could to get it off the ground. Listen as Joanne explains the process and what she learned about giving and philanthropy within the transgender community.

    Posted 5.10.11
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  • Catherine Pino and Ingrid Duran: Donor Stories

    OutGivers Ingrid Duran and Catherine Pino (owners of D&P Creative Strategies, LLC) share their reasons for giving, highlighting the personal giving strategies behind their philanthropy, the passion that fuels their generosity, and the lessons they've learned to sustain the power their investment has to make real change in a constantly evolving movement.

    Posted 2.18.15
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