Monday, February 4, 2013

Uplifting Change Summit Connects Local Donor Activists to Strengthen Black Los Angeles


LOS ANGELES, CA - On February 28, 2013, the Liberty Hill Foundation will present its annual Uplifting Change Summit in Los Angeles, which convenes African American donor-activists interested in investing in new solutions, strong leaders and effective organizations.

At the Uplifting Change Summit, participants will:
  1. Connect with an intimate group of donor-activists committed to advancing social justice and building a movement of African American philanthropy.
  2. Learn practical tools to leverage their giving to build stronger organizations and develop new leaders in the community.
  3. Hear from noted researchers about trends in African American philanthropy.
  4. Be inspired to move from blueprint to action.
This invitation-only event is for people seeking to increase the strategic impact of their giving to organizations working to uplift change and advance social justice in Black communities. To learn more and read highlights from the 2012 summit, visit http://www.libertyhill.org/programs/upliftingchange.

About the Liberty Hill Foundation: Liberty Hill Foundation advances movements for social change through a strategic combination of grants, leadership training and alliance building. Uplifting Change, a Liberty Hill initiative now in its third year, creates spaces for African American donors to think collectively about harnessing the philanthropic power of the African American community.

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