Join Native Voices Rising, and sponsors Common Councel Foundation and Native Americans in Philanthropy, as they celebrate a decade of transformation and empowerme
Reeling from the news of the attack on Israel, grant makers with close ties to the country pledged to help in its defense and to back efforts to provide humanitarian assistance in the face of war.
Today, Mayor Brandon M.
It’s a transaction that would be commonplace for a corporation or a sports team, but it’s the kind of deal that is practically unheard of in the nonprofit sector.
“You neglect yourself when you don’t have that one secure place,” said an individual describing the experience of avoiding taking medications while living in a homeless shelter. “If I have medications that maybe I don’t want folks to see, that ma
At the corner of North and Cecil Avenues in Central Baltimore sits the newly constructed home of Roberta’s House. The building represents a transformational investment designed to bring new life to a vacant block that was previously occupied by rowhomes. This piece tells the story of lessons from the Greenmount Life, Opportunity, and Wellness (GLOW) Initiative, a new effort to concentrate financial and social investment in select neighborhoods that have long experienced underinvestment.
“Foundation Giving for Disability: Priorities and Trends”, a rigorous new study commissioned by the Disability & Philanthropy Forum, is the first study of its kind to map philanthropic giving for disability causes. The report goes beyond big-picture dollar figures to point out key imbalances within philanthropy, most notably the minuscule amount of support and action to advance social justice for people with disabilities across the spectrum of funding.
An effort to combat generational poverty and to foster economic mobility for residents living at or below the poverty line is coming to Prince George’s County.
Most grant makers would agree, at least in principle, that helping nonprofits build organizational capacity is an important role for philanthropy.
Independent Sector regularly releases Health of the U.S. Nonprofit Sector reports – an evolving and growing resource of data, analysis, and recommendations about key areas powering more than 1.8 million U.S. nonprofits.