This webinar will spotlight and analyze the intersections of Indigenous and migrant farmworker experiences and forms of organizing during COVID-19 and its impact on livelihoods and identities. Indigenous Peoples are heavily represented among migrant farmworkers in the United States, and they are highly impacted by COVID-19.
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Low levels of diversity in the senior ranks of foundations have proven to be a stubborn challenge for the field of philanthropy. A report by Forward Change takes an important step toward a deeper understanding of the career pathways of professionals of color in philanthropy—how they enter foundations, how they advance across their careers, and what factors affect their advancement within the sector.
This policy brief examines creative scholarship models that meet the needs of underserved students, often by moving beyond monetary aid in the direction of wrap-around student supports. While continuing to provide financial relief for income-qualified students, a number of these programs couple academic supports along with financial assistance in order to address non-monetary needs that often impede completion.
- Essentials of Creating Best-in-Class Corporate Community Involvement Programs Sponsored by Changing Our World
- Dealing With Difficult Employees (While Keeping Your Sanity) Sponsored by HR Strategy Group
- Organizing around a Shared Result: How Regional Associations Can Support Collective Action on Grade-Level Reading ...
The COVID-19 Crucible: How Philanthropy-Serving Organizations Responded to the Pandemic and Are Adapting in a New Landscape.
See how other philanthropy-serving organizations communicate the wrap-up of a year's worth of activities.
This research documents how 15 nonprofit organizations in Los Angeles County and their allies leveraged foundation grants to secure nearly $91 of benefit for every dollar spent for Los Angeles citizens.