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... just good intentions—with an estimated price tag of $ 5 -7 trillion annually, it will also require exceptionally ...
Paula Luff, CEO of Viso Strategies, says the most successful CSR is not about giving away money, but instead clarifying and integrating the needs of a company’s stakeholders into the very core of the business.
The Pinkerton Foundation's Laurie Dien talks about creative strategies for increasing high quality programs when the nonprofit you've been supporting can't take on any more kids.
... communities impacted. Pledged relief will include: Up to $ 5 million in charitable donations for relief and recovery ... cash assistance and access to social services. Up to $ 5 billion in incremental capital...
Relationships Matter: Program Officers, Grantees, and the Keys to Success sheds light on what constitutes a strong funder–grantee relationship, what nonprofits say it takes for funders to foster such relationships, and the crucial role that program officers play in the equation.
New Southern Community Leaders' newest report, " As the South Grows: Weathering the Storm ," explores opportunities for philanthropy to invest in environmental, racial and climate justice in the South.
Philanthropy is so resource-rich it is hard to acknowledge that the work can be difficult. Whether you are helping to advance equity and inclusion in an organization or field, building a trusting relationship with partners, or finding new ways to engage with grantees or communities, there will be complexity, ambiguity, urgency and conflicts. Even equipped with outsized resources, technical know-how, and a detailed map, you and your partners will experience the sinking sponginess of the territory as you navigate its twists and turns. As part of our Philanthropy’s Reflective Practices project,...
Impact investing has the potential to enable every foundation, regardless of size, to pursue its philanthropic mission more effectively.
04 Nov 2015
Wednesday, November 4, 2015 -
8:45am to 11:00am
Foundation and nonprofit boards have an important responsibility: They advise and ultimately decide on the major polices, goals and governance of the organization.
New York Women's Foundation President Ana Oliveira says that leaders from within unstable communities are stepping forward with passion, dedication, and a fierce will to co-create recovery alongside external partners.
“We felt it was important to support the creation of this case study to advance the conversation about collaboration in philanthropy, demonstrate just how much work it really is and encourage funders who believe that finding common ground on...
Ford Foundation gets lots of questions about what it is and how it uses its money. And now it has a set of short, entertaining videos that makes it clear.
Salem Tsegaye, Program Associate for the New York City Cultural Agenda Fund at The New York Community Trust, says that we should have a strong, consistent narrative to tell the story of crises not as momentary threats to an individual organization’s...
Lisa Cowan, Programming Consultant to PNY's Education Working Group reports on school leaders' discussion about kids who start high school way behind.