Corra Foundation - Lessons learnt from shifting to participatory grantmaking

The aim of the session is to share learning, and discuss what it means to make a commitment and shift to participatory grant making.

Corra Foundation works across Scotland and exists to make a difference to the lives of people and communities. In the last year Corra has increased the number of participatory grant making opportunities for people and communities it seeks to serve. The aim of the session is to share learning, and discuss what it means to make a commitment and shift to participatory grant making.

At the session you will hear about two of Corra’s approaches (The Promise Partnership and the Equity Fund). As well as hear from Corra on the work you will also hear from participants themselves on what being involved means for them and what are the benefits for other funders. 

Click here to attend Lessons learnt from shifting to participatory grantmaking. 

Speakers
Allan Farmer
Head of Place, Corra Foundation
Kelly McFadden
Manager, Listening Fund Scotland
Emily Wallace
National Programme Manager (People in Place) , Corra Foundation
Beth-Anne Logan
Development Worker, North Lanarkshire Council
Blair Wycherley
Scottish Retail Entrepreneur

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