Many funders are interested in moving away from the traditional grantmaking models — which have been criticized as rigid, opaque and disconnected from lived experience.
Community organizations say there is value in building a flexible system — one that can change and transform based on what a community needs at any given moment. Learn more about the participatory grantmaking pilot project facilitated by the Tamarack Institute in partnership with the WES Mariam Assefa Fund to build more equitable economies for immigrants and refugees in the Peel Region.
View the orginal article written by Neha Chollangi from Future of Good.
Learn more about Participatory Grantmaking
- Watch our webinar on Centering Lived Experience Through Participatory Grantmaking here
- Learn more about Participatory Grantmaking here
- Read the original article on the Future of Good website