FOR CORPORATE & PHILANTHROPY
Virginia Community Voice offers leaders a simple framework for how to equitably make decisions, and engage people who will benefit (or lose) the most from community programs, investments, and policy-making. Using this model, organizations can maximize impact and minimize harm caused to people in historically marginalized communities.
In these two-hour introductory trainings, participants will:
Learn about the four stages of the Community Voice model of engagement: Listen, Connect, Craft, and Reflect
Reflect on their own experiences making decisions about and engaging people in historically marginalized communities
Consider the difference between intent vs. impact in our volunteerism, research, investments, or programming
Learn strategies for maximizing impact and minimizing harm in decision-making and engagement
September 19 -- For Nonprofits
October 3 -- For Philanthropy
October 17 -- For Higher Ed.
October 31 -- For Government
If you are unable to attend the training customized for your sector, please feel free to register for a different training that fits your schedule.