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.
Author: Johnson Center for Philanthropy
Efforts to alleviate burnout and economic and workplace inequity are leading more nonprofits to look for opportunities to spread the work, responsibility, and credit among more staff — and even other organizations.
Michael Moody and Michael Layton share highlights from their recent trip to Mexico as part of a collaborative project exploring the intersections of community and family philanthropy in Latin America.
After decades of declining enrollment, organized labor is back on workers’ minds — including in the nonprofit sector — as staff see unionization as a pathway to better pay, greater wellbeing, and increased equity.
Volume 14, Issue 4 of The Foundation Review focuses on impact investing, sharing lessons learned from foundations whose investment portfolio is used to further its charitable mission while still achieving a financial return.
Pandemic-driven delays in processing and release, as well as challenges in the data ecosystem itself are putting previous data accessibility gains in jeopardy.
The Center for Arab American Philanthropy’s Mohamad Jaafar shares a brief history of giving in Arab American communities and highlights the key themes of Arab American philanthropy today.
Dr. Claudia Youakim calls for updates to our Federal data collection standards to include Middle Eastern and North African (MENA) racial and ethnic identities.
Get to know Lesley D. Slavitt, Ph.D., the Johnson Center’s new executive director, as she shares a bit about herself and her vision for the future of the Johnson Center.
Chronic disinvestment and a lack of access to public green spaces have led to poorer health outcomes for children and adults in Black and Brown communities. It’s time to take action.