Funding the Basic Income Movement

When:
September 25, 2017 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm America/Los Angeles Timezone
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Where:
Covo
981 Mission St
San Francisco, CA 94103
USA

At the end of 2016, in an effort to support work in the basic income movement, the Economic Security Project was founded. The Project is a two-year, $10 million fund that provides grants to projects focused on basic income like academic research, state and local campaigns, and cultural projects around economic security. Grant recipients include the Roosevelt Institute, GiveDirectly, basic income advocate Scott Santens, and the Universal Income Project.

Join us on Monday, September 25 for a conversation with Economic Security Project Co-Chair Natalie Foster and Creative Consultant Cara Rose DeFabio. We’ll hear about their work supporting basic income projects, their recently launched speculative fiction contest, and about the upcoming CASH Conference in San Francisco.

The event will be hosted at Covo, a coworking space just off of 6th and Mission. Snacks and drinks will be available.

To attend, please RSVP here: https://www.facebook.com/events/105730950120701/

See you on the 25th!
The Universal Income Project Team

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Funding the Basic Income Movement

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 · Hosted by Universal Income Project
  • Monday, September 25 at 6:30 PM – 9 PM
  • Covo

    981 Mission Street, San Francisco, California 94103
  • Tickets by Eventbrite

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At the end of 2016, in an effort to support work in the basic income movement, the Economic Security Project was founded. The Project is a two-year, $10 million fund that provides grants to projects focused on basic income like academic research, state and local campaigns, and cultural projects around economic security. Grant recipients include the Roosevelt Institute, GiveDirectly, basic income advocate Scott Santens, and the Universal Income Project.

Join us on Monday, September 25 for a conversation with Economic Security Project Co-Chair Natalie Foster and Creative Consultant Cara Rose DeFabio. We’ll hear about their work supporting basic income projects, their recently launched speculative fiction contest, and about the upcoming CASH Conference in San Francisco (www.universalincome.org/CashCon).

WHAT: Conversation with the Economic Security Project
WHEN: Monday, September 25
WHERE: Covo, 981 Mission Street

Program:
– 6:30 Doors open
– 7:00 Program starts
– 8:00 Program concludes, stay for networking and community

Snacks and drinks will be available. See you then!

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