This brief illustrates how various Statewide Afterschool Networks (SANs) are pushing for increased investment in afterschool programs, resources, and policies, and how their work can often make the difference in building and sustaining high-quality programs in communities that need them the most.
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The 2016 update of the popular A Consumers Guide to Grants Management Systems was published in May 2016. This in-depth report has been expanded for 2017 to look at the features and processes used by various grants management system. The Consumers Guide compares the strengths and weaknesses of these different grants management packages to see how they stack up against industry standards.
The lists provided here by The Philanthropic Initiative for Racial Equity are not exhaustive but do provide a range of resources that deal directly with the intersection of philanthropy and racial equity and/or diversity or explicitly address issues of institutional and structural racism.
Cricket Island Foundation: A Case Study of a Small Foundation’s Impact Assessment Read about how a small foundation, with limited resources for assessment and impact evaluation, approached the challenge of evaluating their overall impact.
View materials and watch the live stream of "Looking at the 990 (Part I)" below.
View materials and watch the live stream recording of " Looking at the 990 (Part II) " below. Missed Part 1? View recording here.
Report on better serving the incarcerated individuals who also have mental health concerns.
The report is a result of a six month study conducted with the NYC Nonprofit Board Development Coalition, led by NYC Service, which assessed nonprofit board composition, board policies, as well as procedures. The study discovered that nonprofit leadership demographics do not reflect the diversity of New York City; DEI is valued, but not effectively addressed; representation in leadership matters; board complacency and resistance to change impede DEI; and boards may be perpetuating harmful biases.
N.Y. Pol Moves to Ban Pharmacies From Supplying Strong Pain Killers at Drive-Through ... how best to use the powerful drugs. . . N.Y. Pol Moves to Ban Pharmacies From Supplying Strong Pain Killers at Drive-Through...
Group Moves Toward Metrics to Ensure Impact Investments Really Have Impact ... and the Global Impact Investing Network. . . Group Moves Toward Metrics to Ensure Impact Investments Really Have Impact ...
A final report on the Coalition for New Philanthropy, which sought to take best practices developed by pooled funds and philanthropic advisors serving communities of color and make these resources available to other professionals and philanthropists.
View materials and watch the live stream of " What to Look for in a Nonprofit's Financial Statement " below:
... firms and 403,000 minority-owned firms that help to power the City’s economic engine. The fact remains, however, ...
... Medicaid agencies are leveraging Medicaid’s purchasing power to drive reform of the delivery system to benefit Medicaid patients and ...
Report about Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), originally developed as part of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), are growing—and serve both public and private sector payers. They have the potential to improve health care quality and patient outcomes while achieving cost savings. However, they may also present risks—including those related to solvency, consumer protection, and anti-competitive pricing—to providers, patients, and payers.
The Power of Funder Collaboration We’ve learned that when funders pool ... a vision for a more equitable art sector... The Power of Funder Collaboration ...
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