When place-based funders from 12 regions across the country formed a learning group in 2020, chronicled in this five-part series, they shared practical, tactical steps to grapple with a range of thorny questions. When they turned to engaging stakeholders, the funders focused on three core challenges to building community partnerships.
In their continuing effort to track the ongoing impact of the coronavirus pandemic on nonprofit employment, the Center for Civil Society Studies Archive reports their estimates of COVID-induced nonprofit job losses through December 2021, as reflec
Even the best-intentioned philanthropies can’t support what they don’t see.
Michael Bloomberg’s philanthropy group is giving nearly $4 million to Baltimore's Promise, a nonprofit that supports city youth from childhood to adulthood and into their careers.
We humans — and within the philanthropic sector specifically — naturally resist change.
Think about a city’s digital future, and the conversation has typically turned to technical topics — internet of things, sensors, automated functions.
After years of complaints that public education is underfunded, Maryland schools will see an unprecedented influx of cash in the coming years, $3 bil
As the urgent needs of the pandemic spread like wildfire last year, Caitlin Heising knew that she and her family had to do something big.
In part two of PEAK Grantmaking's series focused on risk, finances, and compliance, author Josh Abel uses a case study of a homeless shelter run by volunteers and operated on a very small annual budget to explain how key tax details can have a hug