Equity in [Environmental] Philanthropy

*Originally posted at Environmental Fellows Blog As some of you know, in 2013, the Overbrook Foundation convened leaders from across the country at the Wingspread Retreat Center. The purpose? To create a common vision around building alignment and equity within the environmental and broader progressive movements. The strategy that emerged from this conversation and future meetings metamorphized into what is now known as the BEA (Building Equity for Alignment and Impact). BEA seeks to improve the effectiveness of the environmental field by increasing the pool of resources to grassroots groups and building power with those most impacted by environmental threats. I look to BEA for inspiration—

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