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.
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.
Este informe presenta una revisión actualizada del progreso hacia la inclusión económica en el área de Grand Rapids, Mich.
This report from our Community Data and Research Lab offers key economic data on several Grand Rapids, Mich. neighborhoods to support ongoing work to promote inclusive growth in our city.
Rachel Borashko recaps her experience attending the National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership (NNIP) convening in Milwaukee this summer.
The Community Research Institute at the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy is now the Community Data and Research Lab.
2017 marked the first year of county-wide survey expansion thanks to a partnership between the Johnson Center and the Kent County Health Department.
The Grand Rapids Art Museum partnered with the Johnson Center for a research study to help them better understand, engage, and serve the community.
A 2017 report from the Collective Giving Research Group investigates the current scope and scale of collective giving groups in the U.S. to understand their impact on donor giving and civic engagement.