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.
Este documento ayuda a identificar y analizar las señales y tendencias actuales que afectan el ecosistema filantrópico.
Experts and thought leaders from the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy have examined changes in the field and identified 11 trends in philanthropy that we expect to see impacting our sector in 2023.
Fiscal year 2022 was a year of transition for the Johnson Center — both forward and up — with a focus on the strategic expansion of our staff, celebrating our 30th anniversary, and identifying our next executive director.
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.
As part of the Johnson Center’s 30th anniversary, Michael Moody reflects on what philanthropy looked like 30 years ago and highlights the remarkable transformation and growth of the sector since 1992.
This report, developed in collaboration with 21/64 for the Greater Houston Community Foundation, offers guidance on designing effective programs to help guide the learning journeys of next gen donors.
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.