Are you an Intermountain West funder hoping to connect with and learn from peers in the region? Are you eager to learn about promising funder practices and new ways of thinking about the unprecedented challenges facing the communities you serve?

Join us May 12-13 for TFN’s Intermountain West Funders Network 2021 Virtual Convening as we create a virtual space to translate national efforts, movements and trends influencing work at the intersection of environment, economy and equity.

Our peer-driven learning agenda will explore how are Intermountain West funders are engaging on critical issues such as racial equity, climate justice, conservation, COVID relief and recovery, and inclusive leadership.

We know how important our in-person IMWFN convenings have been over the last decade, providing a unique set of experiences not found in other funder gatherings. And while we would have loved to gather together in Tucson for this event, we’ve carved out plenty of time to learn from and share with one another while remaining socially distant.

As we hear every year, it’s the IMWFN participants who highlight promising paths fellow funders can take through often rugged terrain. IMWFN allows funders to grow relationships, deepen knowledge, explore unique endeavors and share promising practices specific to the region. While funders in the network embed a variety of lenses into their work, their key focus remains on ensuring that communities in the Intermountain West are equitable, sustainable and prosperous.

Learn more about the #IMWFN2021 agenda and registration here.

Thank You

We thank the IMWFN Planning Committee for helping us pivot to a virtual format:

Jessica GonzalezLISC Phoenix

Laia MitchellGates Family Foundation

Melanie MitrosVitalyst Health Foundation

Paula RandolphBabbitt Center for Land & Water Policy (Committee Chair)

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