Q&A with the Stryker Johnston Foundation and their Trust Based Grantmaking Processes
Tue, June 28 @ 10:00 am–11:30 am
This opportunity is geared towards nonprofit organizations in Kalamazoo County that are interested in learning more about the Stryker Johnston Foundation’s responsive grant funding process. The Stryker Johnston Foundation is a private foundation and grant-making organization based in Kalamazoo that partners with the community through a trust-based approach. Currently, the Stryker Johnston Foundation collaborates with organizations and initiatives working towards the elimination of intergenerational poverty in Kalamazoo County. This session will provide an overview of their grant-making process and guidelines, as well as trust-based grant-making. Additionally, it will serve as an introduction to the Stryker Johnston Foundation team.
ONEplace will email those who register a Zoom link to the webinar the day before the training. Contact [email protected] if you have any questions.
Presenters include the Stryker Johnston Foundation Team: Megan Johnston, Executive Director; Yolonda Lavender, Grants & Partnerships Director; Lindsey Hemmerlein, Grants & Operations Administrator; and Jennifer Douglas, Resource & Relationship Partner.
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