Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Music Director Marin Alsop wanted to bring music to the city's schools. She didn't have enough money to do it so she turned to longtime philanthropists Robert E.
I often hear from individuals in philanthropic institutions that there is an absence of movements and movement-building taking place in Native communities.
By expanding support to arts and cultural organizations in diverse neighborhoods, funders can provide a missing ingredient in the effort to advance equity.
Place-based giving has long been a cornerstone of the American philanthropic tradition.
One of financier Eddie Brown’s biggest regrets in life is never having thanked the donor who paid for his university education.
The Minneapolis-based U.S. Bank announced a five-year, $1 million investment in the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture in northwest D.C.
Based on a rigorous assessment of anchor strategies and 125 arts and culture organizations in 57 U.S.
Maryland Secretary of Commerce Kelly M. Schulz recently announced Easton as one of two new Arts and Entertainment Districts in Maryland.
The T. Rowe Price Foundation will distribute $2.7 million in grants under an ambitious, four-year initiative to boost educational, cultural and financial opportunities for residents of underserved city neighborhoods.