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Partnering for Equity: San Bernardino — Inclusive Community Development and Health Systems in Indigenous Communities

June 26 - June 27


The Inland Empire Funders Alliance is excited to announce Partnering for Equity: Inclusive Community Development and Health Systems in Indigenous Communities, focusing on the City of San Bernardino and the Morongo Basin. This is the second in a series of two-day immersive co-learning experiences for grantmakers and leaders in the philanthropic, corporate, and public sectors.

The program offers the opportunity to experience firsthand the operating conditions and real stories on the ground in disinvested and marginalized communities — and the opportunities to partner with community-based nonprofits for greater impact through increased strategic investment and action.

What you will receive

Over the course of this two-day overnight learning visit, you will have the opportunity to:

  • Foster meaningful relationships with community leaders, cultural workers, and experts who are working and advocating for constructive change on these topics.
  • Deepen your understanding your role as a funder or public leader, building trust and empathy to shift power relationships and activate more equitable philanthropic practices.
  • Learn about your peers’ funding priorities and activities, enabling you to better coordinate your grantmaking for deeper and broader impact.
  • Reduce the burden on community partners by participating in a shared learning experience alongside other funders.

About the Inland Empire

Southern California’s Inland Empire (San Bernardino and Riverside counties) comprises one of the fastest-growing population centers in the United States. Located 40 miles east of Los Angeles, the IE is rich in diversity, culture, history and economic opportunity. It is also home to innovative, resourceful, mission-driven nonprofit organizations working in partnership to transform lives, communities and the region as a whole. San Bernardino County is home to a dynamic and growing population of 2.2 million people, serving as a microcosm and a bellwether for the future of California.

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