The D5 Coalition annual report highlights tools and resources, recently completed research, and approaches that can help foundations and philanthropic organizations advance diversity, equity and inclusion.
The W.K. Kellogg Foundation offers an online racial equity resource guide. The web-based, interactive solution provides individuals and organizations with access to extensive learning materials, tools and data on racial inequities, their impact on communities of color and the process for healing racial wounds so that communities can work together across differences.
D5 - a five-year coalition to advance philanthropy’s diversity, equity, and inclusion - commissioned JustPartners to identify the most effective policies, practices, and programs to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion in philanthropic institutions.
Part of the Philanthropy Roadmap series, this guide aims to explain how diversity and inclusion can be used as practical considerations for getting better and more impactful results in philanthropic giving.
The 2011 Action Kit, designed around the Diversity Framework, Minnesota Council on Foundations' groundbreaking guidelines that frame the discussion of grantmakers' diversity practices around the four roles they play in a civil society, is intended to help foundations identify what steps they can take to advance diversity and inclusion.
This guide is designed to help foundations think about how more diverse and inclusive practices might advance their mission by making their work more effective and more reflective of the communities they serve. By highlighting 10 ways family foundations can approach diversity, Council on Foundations seeks to spark ideas and launch further dialogue.
This report examines the racial, gender, sexuality, and disability staff demographics of participating New York City-area foundations and nonprofits. It also looks at grantmaking policies and data collection around diversity and inclusion, examines the institutional capacities of nonprofit organizations, and looks at the range of ways that nonprofits define themselves as “minority-led.”
A focus on racial equity can increase your effectiveness at every stage of the grantmaking process. Blending experience and candid advice from grantmakers, this guide explores how a racial equity lens can help you scan your field or community, cultivate new leaders, encourage creative approaches, get people talking, and nourish change inside your own foundation.
Created as part of our work with the Coalition for New Philanthropy, this toolkit offers examples of effective donor-engagement strategies; challenges and lessons learned; best practices; and useful tools.