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2022 SAFSF Policy Convening: Commit to Action

Capital Hilton 1001 16th Street NW 20036, Washington

Funding Base-Building, Narrative Shift, and Policymaker Education and Advocacy for the Farm Bill—2023 and Beyond The 2022 SAFSF Policy Convening: Commit to Action will bring funders together to build shared understanding and mobilize a commitment to action to drive equitable federal agriculture and food policy change in the farm bill. Together we will explore three high-impact fundable

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BIPOC Networking

Any funder (or PSO staff member) who identifies as Black, Indigenous, and/or a Person of Color is invited to share a supportive and respectful space to foster connection and share experiences. PLEASE REGISTER BY "PURCHASING" A FREE TICKET BELOW. After you have used our new registration system once, it will auto-populate your information for future

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2023 SAFSF Forum

About the 2023 SAFSF Forum Join us in Washington D.C. June 12-14, 2023 for an SAFSF Forum like no other, taking place in our nation’s capital for the first time! Connect in person with community and movement leaders, policy activists and advocates, federal legislators, and other funders who share a vision of an equitable and

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Sustainable Fibers vs. Fast Fashion: Opportunities to Reshore the U.S. Fiber System

Hosted by SAFSF and The Honorable Chellie Pingree for members of Congress and their staffers Today, nearly two-thirds of all the fibers we wear and use are made from oil. The fashion industry is now responsible for more carbon emissions than all international flights and maritime shipping combined. Over the past several decades, hundreds of

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Virtual Farewell Celebration for Virginia Clarke

Join us for a virtual celebration of Virginia Clarke. Virginia has served as SAFSF's founding executive director for over 20 years and will be stepping down this December. Bring a cup of tea, a glass of champagne, some chocolates, tissues, whatever feels right as we toast to her incredible leadership. All who love and wish

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Taking Power Back: Food Policies to Curb Predatory Marketing in New York

Hosted by Community Food Funders Co-sponsored by New York Health Foundation, Philanthropy New York,and Sustainable Agriculture and Food System Funders Briefing: 1-2:30pm ET: Online In many communities of color across the five boroughs, it’s no mistake that McDonald’s outlets outnumber grocery stores. Marketers of processed food spend billions of dollars to manipulate the local food

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