A new 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.
Este informe presenta una revisión actualizada del progreso hacia la inclusión económica en el área de Grand Rapids, Mich.
For the fourth year in a row, 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 2020.
The Johnson Center collaborated with Independent Sector to design and administer a survey to better understand practices in ending funding relationships from both the funders’ and grantees’ perspectives.
The Latinx Data Report helps highlight the perceptions and experiences of Grand Rapids’ Latinx residents related to topics such as housing, education, health, and food accessibility.
This document shows key findings from VoiceKent 2017, a county-wide survey about residents’ views and experiences related to health and wellbeing, discrimination and inclusion, and overall quality of life in the greater Grand Rapids area.
This teaching case aims to help grantmakers deepen their understanding of the complexity of equity-focused grantmaking efforts. This real-life example provides an opportunity to explore the key decision points, options, trade-offs, etc., involved in the choice to focus on equity in grantmaking.
This brief shares how a small community foundation in Mississippi implemented strategic management practices to strengthen the organization and its impact in the community.
Experts and thought leaders from the Johnson Center, along with several members of our Leadership Council, have examined changes in the field and identified 11 trends in philanthropy we expect to see impacting our sector in 2019.
In 2018, the Collective Giving Research Group released “Dynamics of Hosting Giving Circles and Collective Giving Groups.” This final report of a three-part series explores the hosting experiences of community foundations and other organizations.