On November 4th, GCYF, GIST and the EITC Funders Network hosted an important conversation on the role of the EITC within the two-generation approach to poverty reduction. The panel discussion, held in conjunction with GCYF’s Annual Meeting, focused on the findings of a commissioned report on the topic as well as a discussion on what the findings mean for grantmakers and the implications for grantmaking.
Featured speakers and facilitators included:
- Bob Greenstein, Executive Director, CBPP
- Shelly Water Boots, Senior Consultant, Annie E. Casey Foundation
- Elisa De La Vara, Senior Director of Philanthropic Services-Community Initiatives, Arizona Community Foundation
- Rene Bryce-Laporte, Board Member, Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation
A recording of the panel is below, in three parts: