New Insights From The Atlantic Philanthropies Show Foundations and Nonprofits How to Adapt in a Changing Political Climate
The Atlas Learning Project, led by the Center for Evaluation Innovation in partnership with other advocacy and policy experts, is a resource for lessons from advocacy and policy change efforts that The Atlantic Philanthropies and other funders have supported in the U.S., with the goal of helping to push philanthropy and advocacy in bolder and more effective directions.
Obama urged to boost nonprofits
A letter signed by more than 1,000 nonprofit and corporate leaders recommends a nonprofit-stimulus package to create jobs and help needy Americans weather the recession.
Talent in philanthropy: Hiring good talent scouts
Gara LaMarche, president and CEO of Atlantic Philanthropies, says funding the most effective programs is about finding them – by hiring ‘talent scouts.’
Talent in philanthropy: Generalist or specialist?
Gara LaMarche, president and CEO of Atlantic Philanthropies, examines the benefits and detriments of foundations’ preference for program officers with narrow expertise.