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New Releases Roundup: January 2022

Friday, February 4, 2022

Check out the latest resources from around the nonprofit sector featuring items from United Philanthropy Forum, Center for Effective Philanthropy, Northern California Grantmakers and Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees. 

Member Resources

2021 Key Metrics for Philanthropy-Serving Organizations
United Philanthropy Forum
This report provides comprehensive benchmarking data and analyses on the finances, membership, services and programs, operations, and governance of regional and national PSOs.  As a benefit of your Forum membership, you can access the full report (just log in to your account on our website).   

Overlooked: Foundation Support for Asian American and Pacific Islander Leaders and Communities
Center for Effective Philanthropy 
In the past two years, across four research studies that CEP has conducted, they've noticed two concerning trends emerge for AAPI and Native American nonprofit leaders and communities. In this report and part two, Overlooked: Foundation Support for Native American Leaders and Communities, CEP explores findings on the highlighted communities and leaders. Both reports include stories of nonprofit leaders from these communities, in their own words. 

Get It Right: 5 Shifts Philanthropy Must Make Toward an Equitable Region
Northern California Grantmakers
Northern California Grantmakers is kicking off an action plan to support philanthropy in making these five shifts toward sharing power, leveraging multiple forms of capital, centering racial and other forms of equity and philanthropic practices demonstrated to yield significant and lasting change. The case studies included here demonstrate that nonprofits—especially those led by and serving BIPOC populations—are already exercising leadership to affect these shifts. 

California Census 2020 Statewide Funders' Initiative Final Evaluation Report
Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees (GCIR)
GCIR has released a report documenting learnings from the Funders' Initiative, including high-level considerations for California philanthropic leaders to either put in motion or revisit in the future in service of Census 2030.