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Ways of Knowing: Rigor and Nonprofit Research

By Dr. Teri Behrens, director of special projects and editor in chief of The Foundation Review Phil Buchanan, executive director of the Center for Effective Philanthropy, recently stirred up a lot of commentary with his article in the Chronicle of Philanthropy on the poor quality of research on the nonprofit

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Free TFR Webinar on Impact Investing, March 19, 2013

Register now for this informative, free webinar on impact investing generously underwritten by Breckinridge Capital Advisors and co-sponsored by Philanthropy Ohio. The webinar is based on a recent article published in The Foundation Review, “Impact Investing: A 21st Century Tool to Attract and Retain Donors.” Authors, Amy Cheney, vice president for giving

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TFR Collective Impact Webinar Slides Available

The Foundation Review’s webinar Powerpoint presentation, “College Access Network: Collective Impact Revisited,” held on Feb. 28, 2013, is now available. Access the presentation here: Collective Impact Revisited (PDF). Established in 1992 with support from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy promotes effective philanthropy, community improvement, and excellence

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TFR’s New Issue Celebrates Five Years

The Foundation Review begins its fifth year of publication with Volume 5, Issue 1. This issue on collaboration is co-edited by Grantmakers for Effective Organizations. The peer-reviewed journal includes articles about evaluation results, tools, and broad sector issues, as well as reflections from experienced practitioners. Soon to be released, the new issue features evaluation results

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TFR Webinar, College Access Network: Collective Impact Revisited, Feb. 28, 2013

Join Nathan Daun-Barnett, assistant professor, Educational Leadership and Policy, Graduate School of Education, University at Buffalo and Jeff Cohen, director of Youth and Education Projects, FSG, for a discussion of the collective impact framework in action. Nate will share his analysis of how the Michigan College Access Network created collaborative relationships that

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