This past September, the Trump Administration announced the termination of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, with all benefits to be revoked by March 2018.
The Woodside Foundation and the Caplis Family Fund invite grantmakers who manage or fund private scholarship programs, to be aware of the practice of scholarship award displacement.
Join us to learn more about important milestones before and during the 2020 Census, and ways your foundation can support "Get Out the Count" activities, including participation in state and local Complete Count Committees.
"If you underfund the Census, you get an undercount," says Kenneth Prewitt, who directed the bureau during the 2000 Census.
The giving season is fast approaching, which means an abundance of stories about giving and engaging youth and families in the media.
The Trump administration announced on September 5, that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program will be terminated in March 2018, throwing the futures of nearly 800,000 immigrants into uncertainty.
Are the youth philanthropists engaged in your program representative of the community you serve? Diverse groups bring a variety of opinions to the table to better impact the community.
Do you ever go to a meeting and wonder why you came? Do your philanthropy meetings lack the fun and energy that keep people engaged and ready to participate? If so, this session might be for you.
In the coming years, there will be an even greater need for philanthropy to support frontline advocacy and organizing for justice.
The 2016 presidential campaign made visible the deep and painful divisions in our nation, and the election outcome has left many immigrants and refugees—and second- and third-generation U.S. citizens—living in uncertainty and fear.