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Incorporating Art into Youth Philanthropy Programs
Incorporating Art into Youth Philanthropy Programs
Art is an effective way to engage youth and increase their motivation and passion for philanthropy. This post suggests several ways to embed art in youth philanthropy programs to strengthen young people’s drive to make positive change.
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Celebrating 15 Years of Knowledge Building for Transformation
Celebrating 15 Years of Knowledge Building for Transformation
This special anniversary issue presents the most-read articles from the journal’s 15-year history, each with author commentary in newly written prologues, as well as a book review and new article for 2024.
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Financial Stress and Philanthropic Influence: The Precarious Promise of Generation Z
Financial Stress and Philanthropic Influence: The Precarious Promise of Generation Z
As nonprofits and philanthropy consider how to engage Gen Z (those born between the mid-1990s and early 2010s) — and what to expect from them, a thorough understanding of their economic reality will be critical.
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AAPI Communities are Leading an Upswell in Philanthropy
AAPI Communities are Leading an Upswell in Philanthropy
The Asian American community is coming together to urge funders to support visibility, invest in smaller organizations, and prioritize long-term capacity building for AAPI organizations.
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The Artificial Intelligence Revolution Arrives in Philanthropy
The Artificial Intelligence Revolution Arrives in Philanthropy
With the advent of user-friendly AI interfaces like ChatGPT and Google’s Bard — as well as tools that support grantwriting and fundraising — nonprofits and foundations need to be attentive to their potential shortcomings, as well.
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OMB Expands Protocols for Federal Collection of Race and Ethnicity Data
OMB Expands Protocols for Federal Collection of Race and Ethnicity Data
The Office of Management and Budget recently updated the way federal race and ethnicity data is collected — a great step forward for visibility of communities nationwide, but prompting significant concern for problems ahead.
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Inside The Foundation Review, Volume 15, Issue 4
Inside The Foundation Review, Volume 15, Issue 4
The articles in this issue of The Foundation Review run the gamut from reports on tightly defined research and evaluation to broad theoretical discussions about the nature of philanthropy and foundations.
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Donor Anonymity Is Under the Microscope
Donor Anonymity Is Under the Microscope
Many question the influence of anonymous donors on research priorities, policy questions, institutional reputations, and more — and whether stakeholders have the right to know who is behind these resources.
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With Crisis Comes Change: Black Women and the Glass Cliff
With Crisis Comes Change: Black Women and the Glass Cliff
Research demonstrates how Black women and other leaders of color are grappling with pay inequities, unrealistic expectations from boards and staff, and a generalized lack of support in their positions in philanthropy.
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Equitable Evaluation Framework™
Equitable Evaluation Framework™
For this issue of The Foundation Review, authors were encouraged to explore their personal experiences with using the Equitable Evaluation Framework™.
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