If you are in the philanthropic sector, you’ve heard the buzz about impact investing. Join us for an engaging webinar exploring the whys and hows of kick-starting a regional impact investing network, and the role that foundations and regional grantmaker associations can play.
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.
by Teri Behrens, Ph.D. While much has been written about the tools that foundations can use beyond making grants, a critical and often under-appreciated tool is knowledge about the communities in which they work. In the face of ongoing and rapid change – whether it is change in the climate,
Implementation science” – the study of how interventions are adopted, implemented and sustained – has much to contribute the question of what foundations need to do to fully carry out their strategies. In this webinar, our presenters share their work in using implementation science tools in the Healthy Places NC
by Dr. Teri Behrens, director of special projects and editor in chief of The Foundation Review at the Johnson Center for Philanthropy We will soon be wrapping up the fifth year of publication of The Foundation Review with an eclectic issue covering a range of topics. While the importance of
Articles in The Foundation Review’s upcoming issue provide in-depth thinking on some emerging innovations in foundations. This unthemed issue also includes reviews of four new resources. In one article, authors from Grand Valley State University share lessons learned from their experiences with community-indicator work. In another article, authors from the
Soon to be released Volume 5, Issue 2 of The Foundation Review, features tools, results, and activities from the sector. This is an unthemed issue and many articles carry through on the collaboration theme of the Grantmakers for Effective Philanthropy co-edited issue on collaboration. Other articles offer insights into broad
The Foundation Review… Volume 6, Issue 2 Call for Papers Abstracts of up to 250 words are invited for Volume 6, Issue 2 of The Foundation Review. This issue will be an open (unthemed) issue. Papers on any topic relevant to organized philanthropy are invited for consideration. Submit abstracts to firstname.lastname@example.org by Aug. 30,
The Foundation Review Webinar: Network Principles for Collaboration Success May 7, 2013 | 1-2 p.m. ET | Online Jane Wei-Skillern, Ph.D. Adjunct Associate Professor at Haas UC Berkeley Lecturer at Stanford Graduate School of Business Bio Webinar Co-sponsor: Cost: TFR subscribers and GEO members – Free Non TFR subscribers –
Abstracts of up to 250 words are being solicited for Volume 6, Issue 1 of The Foundation Review by May 15, 2013. This issue, co-edited with the Association of Black Foundation Executives, will be a themed issue on racial equity and its implication for the future of this country. For more information view