For this issue of The Foundation Review, authors were encouraged to explore their personal experiences with using the Equitable Evaluation Framework™.
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This issue of The Foundation Review highlights examples of systems-change philanthropy, community-building philosophy, the evolution of foundation staff roles, place-based efforts, and more.
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.
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.
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.
This issue of The Foundation Review addresses many of the major challenges that persist across the sector, from managing strategic shifts to the use of media to human resources.
The articles in this double issue of The Foundation Review offer intellectual, ethical, and practical frameworks for foundations in guiding their actions.
Volume 13, issue 4 of The Foundation Review focuses on the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and how they can be used as tools for community leadership.
The Foundation Review, volume 13, issue 3 shares some exciting research and insights about community engagement, innovation, and disruption.
Each of the articles in volume 13, issue 2 of The Foundation Review provides a view on what it means to shift power in philanthropy and what it takes to do it.