For this issue of The Foundation Review, authors were encouraged to explore their personal experiences with using the Equitable Evaluation Framework™.
Category: Grantmakers & Donors
Author Sofia Michelakis argues that wealth should not be defined solely by financial capital, but rather more holistically, incorporating human capital and the value of reciprocity, for the benefit of all.
The U.S. Congress appears increasingly interested in philanthropy’s spending habits — from donor-advised funds and foundation payout rates to the influence and reach of wealthy individual philanthropists.
Hanh Cao Yu, Ph.D., former chief learning officer at The California Endowment, will serve as editor-in-chief of special issues for The Foundation Review journal of philanthropy in 2023-2024.
Indigenous communities in the Global South have long practiced reciprocal assistance to strengthen mutual trust, pool assets, build capacity, and help community members adapt to changing conditions and opportunities.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Voices from across sectors are questioning how useful or fair ESG (environmental, social, and governance) standards are. The debate will likely affect the future of philanthropy.