Wildfires continue to burn in Northern California with at least 29 deaths reported, thousands forced to evacuate their homes and more than 3,500 buildings destroyed in an area covering more than 191,000 acres or an area close to the size of New York City. We are compiling a list of responses,
Over the past several weeks, we have seen two disasters cause unimaginable devastion in Mexico, Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands. We are compiling a list of responses, news items, resources and programming for philanthropy in response to the destruction being left by both disasters.
We are compiling a list of responses, news items, resources and programming for philanthropy in response to the destruction being left by Hurricane Irma.
We are compiling a list of responses, news items, resources and programming for philanthropy in response to the destruction being left by Hurricane Harvey.
The weekend of August 12, 2017 saw white nationalists from across the country march through Charlottesville, VA in protest to the planned removal of a statue of Confederate military leader Robert E. Lee. In response hundreds of counter protestors demonstrated in opposition. In an act of
The East Tennessee Foundation and the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, have established funds to provide disaster relief for people and communities affected by wildfires that have raged since last week in the Great Smoky Mountains, near the cities of Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge.
Our top ten philanthropy resources from around the sector including lessons learned from youth grantmakers, core principles for high impact philanthropy, evaluation dashboards, and how one foundation uses a word game to gain group clarity on words used regularly in their work.
Last week, the Center for Effective Philanthropy released their latest study, “Sharing What Matters: Foundation Transparency.” This study explores how transparency is defined, operationalized, and implemented in the philanthropic sector.
June 12th - 18th is the Week of Making, an opportunity to for individuals in communities throughout the U.S. and around the world to participate in Making activities locally, celebrating the innovation, ingenuity and creativity of Makers.
Last week in New Orleans, members of Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy (EPIP) gathered for their annual conference with the purpose of developing leaders who are better equipped to advance social change. Through the lens of social justice, the conference planned to expose conference