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New Releases Roundup: September 2021

Tuesday, October 5, 2021

Check out the latest resources from around the nonprofit sector featuring items from Philanthropy Northwest, ABFE, Philanthropic Initiative for Racial Equity (PRE), Monitor Institute by Deloitte and The Giving Practice. 

Member Resources

2020 Washington Census Equity Fund Evaluation Report
Philanthropy Northwest
This report highlights the role of the Washington Census Equity Fund, a philanthropic funder collaborative created to support census education and outreach efforts, in promoting an accurate 2020 Census count in Washington state. Through stakeholder interviews and data analysis, the evaluation delves into the impacts and lessons learned throughout the process of collective grantmaking, collaboration and advocacy.

Mismatched: The Philanthropic Response to the Call for Racial Justice
Philanthropic Initiative for Racial Equity (PRE)
This report is the most comprehensive assessment of racial equity and racial justice funding to date, providing a detailed analysis of funding from 2015-2018 and a preliminary analysis of 2020. 

What’s Next for Philanthropy in the 2020s
Monitor Institute by Deloitte
Drawing from interviews with more than 200 philanthropy executives, practitioners, donors, board members, experts, and grantees from around the world, including the Forum’s own David Biemesderfer, this report explores what emerging social, economic, and political shifts may mean for the future of philanthropy, charitable giving, and social innovation.

ABFE Stands in Solidarity with Haitian Asylum Seekers, Shows How Philanthropy Can Respond
ABFE
ABFE released a statement of solidarity for “Black migrants who are typically left out of the immigration debate and commits to advocating on their behalf within the philanthropic sector.” In conjunction with the statement, ABFE also released ways philanthropy can respond to the border crisis and recommendations for organizations to support. 

Making The Leap: How Four Philanthropy-Serving Organizations Elevated Their Work and Shaped Their Regions — and the Support that Helped Make it Happen
The Giving Practice 
This report tells the story of how the Satterberg Foundation in Seattle has made unprecedented investments in four regional philanthropy-serving organizations (PSOs)—all Forum members—over more than half a decade.

Regional PSOs Can Help Ensure That Communities of Color Are Not Left Behind 
ABFE
ABFE President and CEO Susan Taylor Batten writes what PSO leaders can do to ensure that communities of color have access to resources from the U.S. Senate’s bipartisan $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill to support the country’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.