As journalism’s traditional business model continues to stumble, many for-profit news outfits — legacy brands and 21st-century digital natives alike — are moving to explore, adapt, and adopt the nonprofit model.
Author: Johnson Center for Philanthropy
As the frequency of natural disasters increases dramatically, philanthropic actors are rethinking how they engage over the long term to support community resilience, ecological health, and a justice-focused response.
As more nonprofits and funders look to further their impact and sustainability, power and equity are at the center of a growing movement to reimagine the language and practices of capacity building.
Recent research illustrates the undeniable rise of funder collaboratives. These new partnerships are a starting point for change — and for moving hundreds of millions of dollars.
The overlapping challenges of a global pandemic and inchoate racial reckoning have provided an opportunity to redefine our conceptions of philanthropy.
This year’s list of most-read blog posts reveals a desire across the philanthropic sector to move beyond the pre-pandemic status quo — to find and adopt new ways of growing ourselves and our communities so that, together, we can thrive.
Camille Gerville-Reache shares research that examines how youth engagement improves philanthropy. She highlights the need for greater support and representation of young people in philanthropy.
The number of U.S. households giving financially to charity dropped below 50% for the first time in 2018. The decrease has raised alarm bells across the sector and is prompting efforts to understand and reverse the trend.
Groundwork’s Melanie Wong shares how her organization is using data from a new Johnson Center report to inform their work toward greater health equity and opportunity in Michigan communities.
Ahead of the 2022 EconCon Presents conference, Research Associate Trish Abalo reflects on her experience attending EconCon 2021, a conference focused on building an economy that works for everyone.