BUTLER IN THE PRESS
NFG & Aspen Institute
Butler is proud to be included in the Neighborhood Funders Group and Aspen Institute fellowship for visionary leaders who center racial and gender justice and community power-building to disrupt and transform the future of philanthropy.
Butler’s Executive Director Molly Schultz Hafid serves as the faculty advisor for Wagner Philanthropy and led a panel discussion about the inherent power imbalances in the philanthropic sector.
Philanthropy New York
Butler moderated a panel exploring the ways funders can name white supremacy culture within their institutions, challenge their own deeply held beliefs, and navigate the discomfort that often accompanies organizational and personal learning.
Selection Committee for the Muslim Collaboration Prizes
Butler Family Fund is proud to serve on the Selection Committee of the first ever Muslim Collaboration Prizes. The selection process, managed by Lever for Change, a project of the MacArthur Foundation, will award $1.5M for innovation and collaboration among Muslim nonprofits making an impact on key societal issues.