National Black Wall Street Chicago and The "Black Wall Street Reports" Talk Show on UBM Radio are pleased to help promote this westside outreach event to get more groups engaged with the upcoming funding opportunities from The Field Foundation.
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Mark Allen, Chairman Of National Black Wall Street Chicago and Senior Host of "The Black Wall Street Reports" Talk Show, heard weekdays on UBM Radio from 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM at www.urbanbroadcastmedia.com and Facebook Live from The UBM Radio Social Media Page
The Field Foundation staff would like to extend a personal invitation to you for our upcoming Information Session IV. This event is ideal for organizations who have yet to apply for funding from the Field Foundation and past grantees who are trying to understand how their organization fits within Field's grantmaking model.
Space is limited, so an RSVP is strongly encouraged. Light snacks and drinks will be served. There is free parking available for those who drive.
Before you attend, we highly recommend that you read the Letter from our President, which outlines in detail how we recently arrived at a turning point in the Field Foundation's history and the overarching goals of our program areas. We also encourage you to take a look at the heat maps and program areas of the Foundation. Attending this session is not required to submit an LOI to the Field Foundation. The portal to apply opens December 15, 2018. The deadline to apply is 11:59pm on January 15, 2019.
TheField Foundation's grantmaking is anchored in racial equity and community empowerment through art, justice, and leadership investment. Our grantmakingmodel includes a new set of funding priorities and a relatively new, online Letter Of Inquiry (LOI) process. As we embark on this vision, we invite past and potential grantees to join our team in a discussion about the direction of our funding efforts, the Field's vision going forward, and our Arts, Justice and Leadership Investment program areas.