Volume 15, Issue 1 of The Foundation Review highlights ways foundations can support collaboration among nonprofits and communities to increase and sustain the impact of programs and initiatives over time.
Author: Tory Martin
Michael Moody y Michael Layton comparten lo más destacado de su reciente viaje a México como parte de un proyecto colaborativo que explora las intersecciones de la filantropía comunitaria y familiar en América Latina.
Libraries offer many free resources for nonprofits, including access to grantmaker databases, how-to books and guides, and historic archives.
When funders support their nonprofit partners’ ability to raise flexible, independent dollars, those nonprofits are better positioned to meet crises and opportunities quickly, creatively, and strategically.
The Cleveland Foundation’s India Pierce Lee explains the Greater University Circle Initiative, an innovative neighborhood redevelopment effort.
The Detroit Innovation Fellowship identifies, connects, and supports local innovators working to address neighborhood challenges faced by Detroit residents.
This piece from our “11 Trends in Philanthropy for 2019” report highlights specific efforts to operationalize DEI principles within the social sector.
Kahler Sweeney shares a collection of resources useful in challenging presumptions about work toward inclusive growth.
Juan Olivarez explores strategies for inclusive growth and practices which allow more people to share in the rewards of a growing economy and community.
Huge demographic shifts are taking place in the United States that will require the development of new tools and strategies to help the field of philanthropy effectively address equity issues and impact change.