In Their Own Words: Graduates of the Inaugural Grand Rapids Neighborhood Leadership Academy Speak About Their Experiences At the Johnson Center, we see community engagement itself as a form of philanthropy: a giving of time, talent, and treasure for the betterment of society and your neighbors. And we’re not alone
The most recent issue of The Foundation Review examines the Future of Community, including aspects of the relationship between foundations and communities, addressing topics such as the redefinition of community, the effect of evolving demographics, and potential solutions to climate change.
Community and Infrastructure Count: Both as Strengths and Issues by Jodi Petersen, Ph.D. Community Research Institute at the Johnson Center for Philanthropy Jodi Petersen, Ph.D. speaking at the VoiceGR Summit on March 3, 2016. Greater Grand Rapids residents who completed the 2015 VoiceGR survey made a few things very clear,
Posted on GVNow, Aug. 13, 2013. A new faculty chair position focused on community philanthropy was recently established at Grand Valley within the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy. The W.K. Kellogg Community Philanthropy Chair will honor the legacy of philanthropy and civic investment of W.K. Kellogg, founder of the
by Robert Shalett, director of communications Will Data Viz Kill the PDF Star? Many people predicted the death of radio after television was invented and became affordable. Did that happen? Even today, radio’s appeal is strong. So why are there debates about whether print will wither away replaced by electronic