About the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Toolkit
Activating and fully integrating your organization’s values for diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) will increase your organizational resilience, promote more ethical community partnerships, and increase your reputability and leadership in the field. Our 7-part DEI toolkit series provides frameworks and guidance so you can thoughtfully address historic inequities while building better practices and increasing your organization’s ability to work for a just and healthy world everyone can enjoy.
Each toolkit is themed for accessibility and ease of use. You’ll find webinars, workshops, guides, templates, and activities to increase your organization’s readiness, competency, and capacity for diversity, equity, and inclusion throughout all components of your work.
TREC is committed to growing our offerings through these toolkits, so please check back in for new additions throughout the year.
DEI Toolkit 5: Equitable Fund Development and Donor Outreach provides support and tools so conservation organizations can deepen their financial support from diverse constituencies. Having inclusive and equitable fundraising models in place ensures we are thinking expansively about why we protect these lands, and for whom.
Addressing Bias in Fundraising–Developing an Inclusive Individual Giving Program
This webinar will review the data/context (the what), the impact/outcome (so what), and next steps/resources (now what) to recognize and reduce bias in your fundraising practices.
Fund Development Equity Reflection Questions
Fund development staff can play an integral role in implementing DEI in their work by using an equity lens to review your practices, outreach, and decisions. This resource offers questions to ask yourself, your team, and your organization to ensure that an equity lens is applied to your fund development efforts and internal work.