Check out the latest resources from around the nonprofit sector featuring items from Candid, the Center for Disaster Philanthropy, NCRP, ABFE, Philanthropic Initiative for Racial Equity (PRE), Northern California Grantmakers and Philanthropy Northwest.
Philanthropy and COVID-19 in 2020: Measuring One Year of Giving
Candid | Center for Disaster Philanthropy
Candid and the Center for Disaster Philanthropy examined more than $20 billion in global philanthropic funding by institutional grantmakers and high-net-worth donors for COVID-19-related efforts during 2020.
Funding the Frontlines: A Roadmap to Supporting Health Equity Through Abortion Access
The first of a four-part report series featuring data, resource links and direct storytelling from patients, providers and funders that explores how reproductive access is a linchpin for public health racial equity and economic equality.
Emergency Funder Briefing: The Dangers of Ignoring the Disinformation Campaign Against Critical Race Theory
ABFE | Philanthropic Initiative for Racial Equity (PRE)
More than 860 funders and others in philanthropy joined together for "Emergency Funder Briefing: The Dangers of Ignoring the Disinformation Campaign Against Critical Race Theory," convened by ABFE & PRE featuring some of the leading voices in the current battles against the attacks on critical race theory and racial justice. Presenters included Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw, co-founder of African American Policy Forum, Dennis Chin of Race Forward and Eric Ward of Western States Center, each adding layers of how funders can also engage at grassroots local and regional levels.
Seven Principles for Equitable COVID-19 Recovery
Northern California Grantmakers
This approach is guided by seven key principles that center racial equity and features the following headers: Ensure access to quality healthcare & mental health services for all; Promote economic opportunity for all; Advance housing stability strategies; Advocate for incarcerated populations; Protect California’s democracy, Defend access to safe learning environments and youth development; and Secure a healthy and climate-resilient future.
Racial Equity Resource Hub
Designed to spur and complement the work grantmakers are already doing to support meaningful systems change, the organization envisions the hub as an active space with community-sourced content.
What if each community foundation could know what all community foundations collectively know? CF Insights, a service of Candid, responds to a hunger for shared knowledge and greater impact among U.S. community foundations. Through CF Insights, community foundations improve performance and sustainability—individually and collectively.