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Brunswick, ME Catalyst Convening

Wednesday September 18, 2019
5:00 - 9:00pm
Curtis Memorial Library
23 Pleasant St, Brunswick, ME 04011

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We strive to lower barriers to attendance at the event. Please let us know if there is anything that will help you participate. We will do our best to provide support and reimbursement on an as-needed basis and as funding allows. A Grassroots Fund staff member will follow up to confirm if funding is available or discuss your request.

We have a limited amount of funding available to help lower barriers to participation. Please select below the type of support that would help you consider attending. A Grassroots Fund staff member will follow up to discuss further.

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Demographic Questions

We strive to ensure that we have a diversity of perspectives represented across race/ethnicity, class, gender, and other identifiers. This section of the registration helps us better understand how you self-identify across a number of demographic characteristics. If you are uncomfortable answering any question, please feel free to select 'Wish not to disclose'. We will only share information in this section as a full group summary and we will not disclose any information about specific participants.

We understand that the executive level of the philanthropic sector remains disproportionally self-identified men, and we hope to disrupt that type of trend of gender inequity within our programs. In an effort to see if we are making progress away from that norm, we ask that you self-identify your gender in the boxes below, knowing that this is an imperfect way to capture the complexity of this "metric." We welcome your feedback for how we could do this better, and/or an alternate description of your gender in the text box below.

Please use this space if you would prefer to use an open answer text box to describe in your own terms how you identify.
As with the gender question above, we simplify this complex question in order to obtain information about what diverse perspectives exist within our reader base, and if we are being successful in challenging traditional norms within the philanthropic sectors, and welcome your feedback.
Household income brackets are taken from William Joseph & Joseph Hickley academic class model in order to provide guidance. They merely serve as one possible measure for economic status. If you do not feel that the household income brackets accurately reflect the socioeconomic class you represent, please choose the class option that you feel is most reflective.
In terms of race and/or ethnicity, how would you describe yourself? If you prefer to select from commonly used census categories, please select from the options below. If you would prefer to use an open answer text box to describe please use the text box in the following question.

Please use this space if you would prefer to use an open answer text box to describe in your own terms how you identify.