11 Trends for 2017 What are the trends that will be affecting your work in 2017? Drawing on our local, national, and international research, tool development, training, and data work, leaders from the Johnson Center have identified 11 key trends that will impact the work of both grantmakers or nonprofit
Summer Learning Series: Understanding Neighborhood Data Data can often be a point of frustration and confusion for organizations who are working for neighborhood change. This workshop will explore some of the data tools available to you through the Johnson Center for Philanthropy to help alleviate some of these frustrations. We will
Take a deeper dive into the VoiceGR community survey results and see how the data can be used to help your organization apply for new funding sources. Join Jodi Petersen and Melyssa Tsai-O'Brien of the Community Research Institute at the Johnson Center to learn more about our free data tools
Fair Food Network is a national nonprofit founded on the belief that vibrant local food systems can create health and economic opportunity for all. With a diverse network of partners, it develops solutions that support farmers, strengthen local economies, and increase access to healthy food—especially in underserved communities.
The Johnson Center for Philanthropy is fortunate to work with over 20 students and graduate assistants each semester. The students are invaluable in the center’s work and they often excel in academic studies. Three students were recently awarded for their academic efforts and the staff is proud to highlight them here. Aaron Kates, GIS student