#76 The Creation of a Giving Circle to Support Survivor-Driven Change with Ken Kroner, Principal, Kroner Family FoundationMay 09, 2022
Join me as I interview Ken to discuss how funder collaborations can contribute to ending cycles of violence and injustice by supporting organizations that fund the people on the ground to be leading advocates for survivor-driven change in their community. Stay tuned!
- What survivor-driven change means to Ken and why it inspires him to give.
- Why Ken thinks funder collaboration is crucial for survivor-driven change to succeed.
Links referenced in this podcast:
- Visit the International Justice Mission (IJM)’s website to read more about the organization’s global mission to protect women, men, and children from trafficking and slavery.
- If you are passionate about the future of our children, visit Many Hopes’ website - an organization dedicated to equipping children to become men and women who break cycles of injustice.
- Check out the Renewal Philanthropy website to learn about the new funder collaboration focused on survivor-driven change.
- Listen to Episode #68 When a Donor Is Inspired to End Injustice with Richard Leong, President, Two Tunics Fund.
- Listen to Episode #74 How Collaborations Help to End Injustice with Nicole Bice, Executive Director, Hovde Foundation.
If you enjoyed this episode, listen to these as well:
- #75 The Co-Founder of Earth Day Explains His Funding Philosophy with Denis Hayes, President, Bullitt Foundation
- #74 How Collaborations Help to End Injustice with Nicole Bice, Executive Director, Hovde Foundation
- #73 Sybil Speaks: It Takes Time to Make a Difference
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