Check out the latest resources from around the nonprofit sector featuring items from The Center for Effective Philanthropy, Funders for LGBTQ Issues, Grantmakers for Effective Organizations, Human Rights Funders Network, National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy, Network of Engaged International Donors, and Northern California Grantmakers.
Much Alarm, Less Action: Foundations & Climate Change
The Center for Effective Philanthropy
Despite the urgency of climate change and the narrowing window for action, philanthropic funding to address climate change remains very limited. Total philanthropic giving by foundations and individuals focused on climate change mitigation represents less than two percent of total global philanthropic giving, according to the ClimateWorks Foundation. While there is some evidence of increased momentum in recent years, more action will be needed to match the scale of the climate crisis.
2019-2020 Tracking Report: LGBTQ Grantmaking by U.S. Foundations
Funders for LGBTQ Issues
The 2019-2020 Resource Tracking Report: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Grantmaking by U.S. Foundations (2022) explores the scope and character of U.S. foundation funding for LGBTQ communities and issues in calendar years 2019-2020. This 18th edition of the tracking report represents the next iteration of work from Funders for LGBTQ Issues in our ongoing effort to document the scale of philanthropic support for LGBTQ communities and issues.
Annual Report 2021
Grantmakers for Effective Organizations
In this report, GEO shares examples that illustrate some of the ways it has continued to be a supportive, resource-rich space for grantmakers to advance social progress through transforming philanthropic culture and practice.
Funding For Intersectional Organizing: A Call To Action For Human Rights Philanthropy
Human Rights Funders Network
HRFN’s new report examines the state of global human rights funding across issues and populations to explore where support for intersectionality may truly exist. The report is the first comprehensive and global analysis of when and if grants to support human rights reach beyond a single issue or community. The findings show that a resoundingly small fraction of human rights funding supports activism that cuts across multiple communities or issues. Just 18% of human rights grants name two populations, and less than 5% support three or more.
The Threat of Crisis Pregnancy Centers to the Future Of Abortion Access
National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy
This new report shows that crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs) are backed by billions of dollars and institutional ties to larger groups that provide financial security and significant organizational infrastructure. The report points out that dozens of legitimate health facilities and nonprofits would be better recipients of direct resources to support pregnant people.
Network of Engaged International Donors Annual Report 2017-2021
Network of Engaged International Donors
This report provides an overview of the inception of the Network of Engaged International Donors and the work and progress that has been made in the last five years.
2021 Annual (Not) Report
Northern California Grantmakers
Northern California Grantmakers created an brief and effective annual report sharing it's highlights from 2021.