Watch our Community Conversation on Mass Incarceration

Interested in digging deeper and learning more about the complex issues at the intersection of poverty, violence, and inequality? Join We Raise Foundation as we regularly host topical, interactive conversations on these issues via Facebook Live. We’ll hear from practitioners, researchers, and experts in the field, who will share their personal and professional experiences creating solutions to these issues in their communities.

Our first Community Conversation was held on June 13, 2018 and featured Ms. Onie Riley, Lawndale Christian Legal Center, Chicago, Ill., and Dr. Heath Carter, Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, Ind., who discussed the complex topic of mass incarceration.

Upcoming Webinars

Abigail Miller

Wednesday, July 11, 2018
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. CDT

Crowdfunding 101: How-To, Tips, & Strategies for Fundraising

Crowdfunding is a significant movement in fundraising – donation and reward-based projects alone brought in $5.5 billion dollars in 2015, and it’s only gone up from there. To some, crowdfunding feels like an intimidating, unpredictable process and to others, it feels like mundane fundraising as usual. If your organization is considering a crowdfunding campaign, we will show you how these feelings don’t have to be true.

When built strategically, crowdfunding campaigns not only raise funds, but also grow your donor network, and generate momentum around the organization’s mission. The process of building a campaign isn’t rocket science, but there are some important strategies that every leader should know before they start. Join us for this webinar and we’ll walk you through what crowdfunding is (and isn’t!), how to build a campaign that generates excitement and funds, and, how to have fun doing it!

Supporters and Partners Connect at We Raise Foundation Launch Celebration

On March 2, 2018, We Raise Foundation supporters and grantees gathered in Oak Brook, Ill., to celebrate the launch of We Raise Foundation. The ballroom buzzed with excitement as over 250 We Raise friends met the inspired leaders working to raise people out of their suffering. In turn, hard-working program partners met the supporters who believe in them and the work that they do.

Enter your email to join a conversation with We Raise Foundation President Paul Miles