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Posted August 10, 2018.
Want to bring your community together to take meaningful action? Apply to be part of the Giving Circle Incubator, Amplifier's signature opportunity to help you start a brand new giving circle. Now in its fifth year, the Incubator will include a learning retreat in New York City, monthly webinars, support from expert coaches, and microgrants to enrich your giving circle's experience.
Giving circles can be made up of friends and families or be a great way for your organization to engage program alumni, parents, board members and other stakeholders. Be part of a cohort of community builders as you launch the first round of your giving circle.
Amplifier’s Jewish Giving Circle Incubator supports a group of stellar community builders as they start brand-new giving circles and act on their visions for making change in the world.
Each year, our Incubator empowers a cohort of individuals and professionals representing their organizations as they grow new giving circles from an idea into an exciting grantmaking community. Our cohorts carry out diverse visions for giving circles; there are no restrictions on circles' minimum donation, or the issue areas on which the circle wishes to fund.
Our training experience includes:
- An inspiring retreat on November 4-5 that will train participants in everything they need to get their giving circles off the ground
- Interactive online training, including sessions with leading field experts, and ongoing support to build momentum as participants start their giving circles
- Energizing monthly calls with a personal, highly experienced Giving Circle Coach
- Peer learning and support through a diverse cohort
- Access to microgrants to enrich the giving circle's experience
Our application for the 2018-2019 Incubator is now live. Applications are due September 14th. Email Mollie Andron at [email protected] with any questions.
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