In this recorded webinar, leaders from around the sector joined us for a conversation exploring innovative forms of community engagement and philanthropy that don’t need their own tax status to thrive.
In this webinar, philanthropic leaders and researchers from Brazil, Canada, Mexico, and the U.S. discuss how nonprofits and foundations in their nations are responding to forces at work in the sector.
In this webinar, Michael Moody and Jeff Williams discuss what nonprofits and donors can do to prepare for sustaining the important work of philanthropy in a new era of change and challenge.
This report is the result of a three-part Nonprofit-Funder Dialogue Series designed to build trust and challenge traditional roles and power dynamics between funders and regional nonprofit leaders.
This report aims to inform the design and provision of opportunities for capacity builders to meet the identified needs of nonprofit leaders of color and support the success of these individuals and organizations in Kent County, Michigan.
In this episode of the Learning for Good podcast, Mandy Sharp Eizinger joins host Heather Burright to talk about staff well-being and what nonprofit organizations can do to help prevent burnout even in the midst of a change.
In this webinar hosted by the Center for Nonprofits & Philanthropy at Texas A&M University, experts discuss how giving and the broader nonprofit sector has changed over the past 30 years, and what the future of philanthropy may look like.
Este documento ayuda a identificar y analizar las señales y tendencias actuales que afectan el ecosistema filantrópico.
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.