There’s a well-known verse among the faith-based community, that “Faith can move mountains”. Earlier this month, the Greater Washington Community Foundation hosted a Faith and Philanthropy... READ MORE
Historically Black colleges and universities, including Howard, got a five-year pledge to build wealth and empowerment within the Black community.
A list of notable new grant awards... READ MORE
Diane Bell-McKoy, an outspoken advocate for Baltimore's Black community as leader of Associated Black Charities, has left the nonprofit after 16 years.
ABC officials said... READ MORE
The Wyncote Foundation recently released a report on recent digital media efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic. This study focuses on 29 organizations that demonstrated fieldleading approaches to... READ MORE
Four years after launching an impact investing fund aimed at making loans to local community groups, Baltimore Community Foundation is growing this part of its portfolio further... READ MORE
Race and disability are inextricably linked. In the United States, 61 million adults, or 26 percent of the adult population, have a disability. Black, Indigenous, and People of Color have a ... READ MORE
The philanthropic sector faced massive shifts over the past two years. The pandemic prompted some funders to increase payouts and loosen — or entirely lift — grant restrictions, while the racial reckoning forced many to confront the imminent need to shift power dynamics, increase internal diversity, and act with intention to support organizations led by and serving people of color. READ MORE
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation today announced the planned transition involving leadership of the Foundation’s communications team. Current Chief Communications... READ MORE