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Locally led peacebuilding efforts are proving to be impactful and cost efficient.
As in many places in the United States, economic, social and environmental degradation in Puerto Rico disproportionally affects the island's most vulnerable populations.
Learn to how to consider the ideological and political context to inform your philanthropic engagement in societies around the world.
On March 17, funders came together to learn from experts – practitioners, researchers and policymakers – about the promise of the community schools strategy in NYC.
On November 23, 2012, unarmed 17-year-old Jordan Russell Davis was shot at a Jacksonville gas station by Michael David Dunn.
As part of a city-wide Building Healthy Communities Initiative rolling out of the Mayor’s Office, NYCHA and Green City Force are teaming up to expand upon their extremely successful urban farming pilot at the Red Hook Houses initiated in June 2013 and co-founded with Added Value.
Important changes in national, New York State and local health policy – linked to implementation of the Affordable Care Act – present an unprecedented opportunity to dramatically reshape our approach to community mental health.
A high quality continuum of early care and education services for children birth to five years is critical for their long-term success in school and life.
About 6,000 unaccompanied immigrant children from Central America were released to sponsors in New York State last year, the second highest receiving state after Texas.
Join us in conversation with three great leaders in the philanthropic field – Corinne Rieder, David Nee and Pam Flaherty. All of whom have had extensive careers in philanthropy and will retire or have recently retired from their roles.
In the 1960's, ready or not, change was coming to America. A new revolutionary culture was emerging and those seeking to drastically transform the system believed radical change was not only feasbible, but imminent.
Since the economic downturn of 2008, increasing media attention on income inequality and its effects on our society has turned up the volume on the public conversation. But has the coverage actually increased the philanthropic sector’s understanding of the fundamental economic policy choices we face?
In October 2014, David Callahan, editor of Inside Philanthropy, posted a blog called Be Afraid: The Five Scariest Trends in Philanthropy. Callahan’s ‘trends’ all relate to philanthropy in the US.
Despite all the talk about “program related” or “impact” investments most foundations stick to making plain old grants and given the choice most nonprofits would prefer grants as well.
Join us as family donors from around the country gather for the third National Summit on Family Philanthropy. This Summit will focus on the theme: Better Together: Stronger Collaboration for Smarter Philanthropy.