Events and Trainings
Throughout the year, the Foundation hosts a number of public and curated events and webinars, including lectures, classes, trainings, workshops, facilitations, and town hall meetings. Diverse community members are invited to learn and teach alongside one another in the interest of advancing racial and health equity.
See all upcoming events
BIPOC Mental Health and Wellness: Data Walk
The Foundation for a Healthy St. Petersburg invites you to join us on Tuesday, May 9, to learn more about data on Mental Health and Wellness for BIPOC, a 2023 strategic grantmaking focus. You’ll have the opportunity to: Hear from the researchers who conducted our recent BIPOC mental health and wellness data scan Engage with […]
2023 Grantmaking Strategy Information Session
The Foundation for a Healthy St. Petersburg invites you to attend an informational session to learn about our 2023 Grantmaking Strategy. This session will: Introduce you to Foundation team members you may engage with throughout the 2023 grantmaking cycle Explain the Foundation’s 2023 grantmaking structure and process Review the Foundation’s areas of grantmaking priority, timelines, […]
Reopening for Equity
CENTERING AN EQUITABLE FUTURE Join us on Friday, January 20, 2023, at the Center for Health Equity for our Reopening for Equity event. You’re invited to help us launch the Center as a home for our community, where people from all different lived experiences can learn, connect, and create together in order to advance racial equity. Come […]
Speakers Who Inspire: Heather McGhee
America is often celebrated for having one of the world’s most advanced economies but time and time again policies have been created which routinely fail its people—from the student debt crisis, to the financial crash in 2008, to a lack of universal healthcare. There is a common thread that links these problems, says public policy expert Heather McGhee: Racism.
Reclamando (Reclaiming) Our Narrative through Words
Join us for Session 2: Saturday, January 22, 11:30am-1:00pm Mi Gente Mi Pueblo is announcing Reclamando (reclaiming) our Narrative: Healing and Change through the Power of Words, a free workshop series where the Latinx community can claim their stories, promote healing and belonging, and mobilize participation in racial equity, unity, and advocacy. From December 2021 […]
Gas Plant and Laurel Park Reunion
Celebrating the Past, Envisioning the Future Sunday, December 12, 2021 Tropicana Field, Lot 4 from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. This reunion is for former residents and family members of both neighborhoods. It will be a fun time for all with free food, entertainment, opportunities to see old friends, and sharing of memories and photos […]
Explore Classes and Training Opportunities
Kingian Nonviolence is derived from the nonviolence philosophy and methodology of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. from which individuals and communities learn how to address conflict without resorting to violence. It provides a framework for conflict resolution and mediation that can be applied to all areas of conflict in daily life.
Over the Two-Day Kingian Nonviolence Training Core Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation Workshop participants will learn concepts, strategies and tools of conflict reconciliation, including:
- How to analyze and identify different forms of conflict
- The Six Principles of Kingian Nonviolence and Six Steps of Nonviolent Social Change
- Historical perspective of how the Civil Rights Movement changed laws and policy in the United States
- Skills in cooperative problem-solving strategies that improve the community environment by decreasing tension and hostility
The two-day session hosts 35 participants and is intentionally curated to ensure a diverse cohort.
The Beyond Diversity seminar is designed to help leaders and employees in corporate, government, education, health care, faith-based and non-government or community-based organizations understand the impact of race on their lives, their work, and our culture.
The Foundation for a Healthy St. Petersburg partners with the Pacific Educational Group to host this proven program that has engaged more than 100,000 people worldwide to move entire systems toward greater racial consciousness, literacy, and proficiency. Our goal is a community of leaders that have the skills and motivation to work together toward a healthier and more equitable St. Petersburg region.
Beyond Diversity, through its compassionate curriculum, provides tools and practices to engage in, sustain, and deepen dialogue about race in a manner that builds community, launches innovation, and navigates the predictable pitfalls inherent in interracial, multi-cultural conversations in diverse settings.
A balance of race and different sectors is integral to the overall success of the conversations in this intensive two-day course. Register your interest below to be contacted as dates are confirmed and spots become available.
The Foundation for a Healthy St. Petersburg has created the first academic course which presents philanthropy, social change, and innovation through a social justice lens. Currently used as an internal training tool, course content is being converted to public facing modules.
The course functions as both a lecture series as well as an interactive seminar. It will highlight innovative models and key trends currently driving philanthropy’s unique potential to transform the way individuals and organizations create social change. Through session readings and interactive activities, participants will examine the current challenges and opportunities that organizations present in the philanthropic field. Additionally, students will explore how to implement scalable, data-driven and human-centered solutions to address the world’s most pressing issues.
Public facing content is in development and will be made available as soon as possible. Share your email address to receive updates.
An effective resident leader is expected to successfully manage changing tides and lift up the gifts and assets of the communities for empowering results. This two-day workshop is anchored in capacity building activities and leadership skills development.
Previous Breakout Sessions have Included:
- Youth/Young Adult Leadership: Options of Community Tampa Bay
- Navigating the Education System: League of Women Voters St. Pete and PCS
- Managing Housing Councils
- Managing Tenant Participation Funds
- Zoom/Skype Conversation with Two Capacity Building Experts
- Conducting Resident Council Elections
- Hot Topics in Public and Affordable Housing
- Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) and the Future of Public Housing
- Advocacy 101: League of Women Voters St. Pete and City/County/CRA
Intergenerational resident leaders are invited to attend and training dates will be added to this page once they are confirmed. Register your interest to receive an email reminder when spots open up.