Launched at the Johnson Center in 2009, The Foundation Review is the nation’s first peer-reviewed journal of philanthropy, written by and for foundation staff, boards, and those who work with them.
With a combination of rigorous research and accessible writing, journal content can help you and your team put new ideas and good practices to work for more effective philanthropy. Members of the Editorial Advisory Board are experts in grantmaking and program evaluation.
The journal is indexed in SCOPUS and the Web of Science Emerging Sources Citation Index, and is housed on ScholarWorks, an external research and scholarly content site and service of the Grand Valley State University Libraries.
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