Many of us in the nonprofit sector have a passionate desire to do good. But in the face of challenges rooted in systemic issues like barriers to health care, climate change, and economic inequity, is doing good good enough?
Building on Rotary’s history of connecting people globally and at the grassroots, the Rotary Discussion Series:Is Doing Good Good Enough? explores this question by bringing together nonprofit leaders and collaborators to discuss topics related to impact and how we can achieve it better collectively.
Join us for our next session, where our panelists will unpack philanthropy’s unique role in achieving health equity, from assessing community needs to aligning how we distribute funds and create diverse partnerships that support equitable and significant change.
Our panelists will explore questions such as:
How can non-profit funding advance health equity efforts in the nonprofit sector?
How do the funds we typically seek or distribute align with identified health equity needs in the community?
How can we build diverse and inclusive partnerships to address health inequities?
Dr. Julie Morita Executive Vice President of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
We want to hear from you. For an opportunity to participate in our Q&A session at the end of the discussion, please submit your questions for our panelists when you register.