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Join us online as we explore how all of us can create a community where people can easily access opportunities to contribute and thrive. Click below for more event information and to register.

Stable, Safe & Thriving: A Panel Conversation Pt. 1 · Friday, Sept. 25

Stable, Safe & Thriving: A Panel Conversation Pt. 1
Friday, September 25 · 12:00-1:00 p.m. CST

GiVE 365 awarded 10 organizations $71,500 following the theme Stable, Safe & Thriving: programs that address housing security for Memphians.

Over two sessions, learn from 2020 GiVE 365 grantees about housing insecurity in Memphis and their work to connect people and families to quality, affordable housing. Join us for one or both sessions; Pt. 2 is October 2.

Alex Willis | ComCap Partners · MODERATOR
Cheré Bradshaw | Community Alliance for the Homeless 
Tracy Burgess | Dorothy Day House of Hospitality
Anna Chahal | Mid-South Sober Living
Jared Meyers | The Heights
Crystal Chopin | Oasis of Hope

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Stable, Safe & Thriving: A Panel Conversation Pt. 2 · Friday, October 2

Stable, Safe & Thriving: A Panel Conversation Pt. 2
Friday, October 2 · 12:00-1:00 p.m. CST

GiVE 365 awarded 10 organizations $71,500 following the theme Stable, Safe & Thriving: programs that address housing security for Memphians.

Over two sessions, learn from 2020 GiVE 365 grantees about housing insecurity in Memphis and their work to connect people and families to quality, affordable housing. Join us for one or both sessions; Pt. 1 is September 25.

Emily Trenholm | High Ground News · MODERATOR
Pam Rose | Fayette Cares 
Melissa Farrar | Hope House 
Stephanie Reyes | OUTMemphis 
Lisa Anderson | Room in the Inn - Memphis
Eli Cloud | Thistle & Bee Enterprises

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The State of the Community Foundation · Tuesday, October 20

The State of the Community Foundation
Tuesday, October 20 · 4:30-6:00 p.m. CST

In this town hall meeting, hear from Community Foundation president Bob Fockler and Board chair Terri Lee Freeman and join a conversation on how this extraordinary year has changed the foundation and what community leadership will look like going forward. Have a question for the Q&A? Email it to info [at] cfgm [dot] org.

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What Memphis Needs is More Black College Graduates · Tues., Nov. 17

What Memphis Needs is More Black College Graduates
presented in partnership with MLK50: Justice Through Journalism
Tuesday, November 17 · 4:30-6:00 p.m. CST

The Community Foundation recently established a $40 million endowment fund for LeMoyne-Owen College. In this community conversation with local leaders, we will explore the economic imperatives of creating a better educated workforce while offering better opportunities for the largest—and poorest—segment of our community.

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