2022 Federal Budget and Tax Briefing & the Implications for Missouri

Open to: 
PhilMO Full Members (free) & Non-Member Funders ($50)
Wednesday, April 6, 2022
2:00pm to 4:00pm CDT
Online Zoom Meeting
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Program Description

Funders and philanthropic advisors in and serving Missouri are invited to join Philanthropy Missouri for a briefing on current federal budget and tax issues followed by a discussion of their impact on Missouri.

For the first half of this program, we will join peers across the country for a livestream of the Economic Opportunity Funders' (EOF) analysis of the key provisions in the federal budget, upcoming budget debates, and strategies that connect racial and economic equity and an inclusive democracy. Speakers during this livestream include:

  • Robb Gray, Director of Policy-Advocacy, W.K. Kellogg Foundation (Moderator)
  • Taifa Smith Butler, President, Demos
  • Sharon Parrott, President, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities 

Immediately following the livestream, the conversation will continue with a Missouri focus. Amy Blouin, President & CEO of the Missouri Budget Project, will discuss the implications for the state of Missouri and how funders can fill in the gaps left behind.


2:00pm - Economic Opportunity Funders Presentation Livestream

3:05pm - Missouri Budget Project Presentation and Discussion

Those that are not able to attend the first session with EOF are still welcome to join the local discussion with Missouri Budget Project. 

PhilMO Member Registration:
Please register via your website login.

Non-Member Registration:
If you are a Missouri grantmaker who is not currently a PhilMO Member, please contact info@philmo.org to be registered for this event.

Questions? Contact info@philmo.org.


Special thanks to the Missouri Budget Project and Economic Opportunity Funders (EOF) for partnering with us on this program.

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