Authors and researchers from the Johnson Center’s “11 Trends in Philanthropy for 2023” report discuss this year’s trends and their relevance to the daily work of nonprofits, foundations, donors, advisors, and others.
The Michigan Statewide Nonprofit Leadership Census identifies the percentage of BIPOC nonprofit leaders across the state to provide a clear understanding of the racial and ethnic composition of staff members and boards at nonprofits.
Professor Renée Cummings shares a presentation about data, algorithms, artificial intelligence, and justice — including the journey that led her to data ethics and why we need to be better informed about this emerging field.
This list of use cases shares how researchers, governments, organizations, and companies are using open 990 data from IRS Forms 990, 990-EZ, and 990-PF for a variety of public interest projects.
Este informe investiga cuantos recursos para promover la salud están distribuidos de manera desigual dentro de 17 areas de censo por las partes oeste y sudoeste de la ciudad.
The Health Equity in Grand Rapids’ “Neighborhoods of Focus” Social Determinants of Health Report investigates how many health-promoting resources are unevenly distributed within 17 census tracts across the west and southeast portions of the city.
This webinar features national foundation leaders and researchers to explore key findings of a DAF payout study and considers how they might inform foundation policies, practices, and grantmaking goals.
Community Insight is a platform for displaying data about local communities, understanding community opportunities and needs, and targeting efforts for advancing equity.
This 2021 report commissioned by the Council of Michigan Foundations deepens and expands past research exploring payout rates for community foundations.
In this webinar, our panelists take a deep dive into the research behind a 2020 study of private and community foundation investment returns and payout rates.