Forum members share racial equity resources that rural philanthropy has been using. Responses are compiled below by known organizations.
The Rural Development Philanthropy Learning Network is a diverse group of community foundations and funds, and philanthropic and rural development organizations that exchange experience, knowledge and skills to increase rural assets and improve rural livelihood.
Imagine starting a new grant-making program from scratch —no prior grantees, no established procedures, no set objectives. Read about one grantmaker's experience in establishing a rural poverty program in a casestudy from Grantcraft.
The Rural Philanthropy Knowledge Center contains practical information on how to start and manage a rural fund, and other useful resources on how to grow philanthropy in rural areas.
Check out the latest resources from around the nonprofit sector featuring items from Candid, the Center for Disaster Philanthropy, NCRP, ABFE, PRE, Northern California Grantmakers and Philanthropy Northwest.
Check out the latest resources from around the nonprofit sector featuring items from Council of Michigan Foundations, Philanthropy Ohio, Philanthropy Northwest | The Giving Practice, PEAK Grantmaking, Media Impact Funders, Virginia Funders Network, Fund the People, Candid | Human Rights Funders Network, Philanthropy Southwest, Council on Foundations, The Center for Effective Philanthropy, and PolicyLink | The Bridgespan Group.