We can’t do it alone.
In order to make feedback the norm in aid, philanthropy, non-profits and government, we need a critical mass of practitioners to embrace feedback. We need champions from every sector to advocate for listening, and prioritize beneficiary voice. These practitioners shouldn’t be held back from feedback for financial reasons. And that’s why we are so grateful for your support. Your donation on GlobalGiving has helped feedback practitioners participate in feedback events for a reduced cost.
This October, we were able to support seven practitioners to attend Feedback+New York. They contributed to lively conversations, participated in interactive workshops, and made meaningful connections. Read some of their thoughtful reflections on their experience:
Let’s keep the momentum going! This coming February, we will be supporting ten practitioners to attend Feedback+San Juan. They will dive into conversations about shifting power dynamics, reimaging identity, and listening in new ways alongside local and global feedback superstars from aid, philanthropy, non-profits, and government. Support an up-and-coming community of practitioners when you donate today.
If you are a feedback practitioner or you know a feedback practitioner who might benefit from a scholarship to Feedback+San Juan, there are still four scholarships left - apply here. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and receive a response by January 10th.
As always, thank you for supporting this community and helping to make feedback the norm.
Meg VanDeusen and the Feedback Labs Team