Nov 16, 2015
11.16.15 US Nonprofit News
News about grants, gifts Social Venture Partners Boston has selected four semi-finalists – My Life My Choice, Room to Grow, uAspire, and 826 Boston – to compete for a lucrative […]
Jul 27, 2015
7.27.15 US Nonprofit News
Young People Matter opens their Open Heart Drop-In Center for homeless youth, Children’s Mercy announces the creation of the Brendan Tripp Elam Transplant Center, the St. Baldrick's Foundation awards 70 grants in 48 states and 11 countries, totaling $21.2 million to support the best in childhood cancer research, and more.
Oct 8, 2013
U.S. Foundation giving reaches an estimated $50.9 billion in 2012
News release Even through a period of unpredictability in the national and global economic and political environment, domestic foundation giving has continued to grow at a moderate pace. According to Key […]
Jul 2, 2013
Global human rights philanthropy topped $1.2 billion in 2010
Data-driven research demonstrates that human rights grantmaking seeks long-term change and has a special focus on supporting the efforts and livelihood of marginalized populations.
May 16, 2013
05.16.13: U.S. News Bits
Community First Fund awarded grant; University of Cincinnati Foundation hires new president; Meyer Foundation elects board chair; InterConnection launches computer store for nonprofits; Clinics Can Help of Palm Beach County receives award; GOOD and TOMS partner for the Start Something That Matters Challenge, and more.
Apr 18, 2013
04.18.13: US News Bits
The National 4-H Council receives a grant from Monsanto; the Foundation Center names a new senior fellow; GE Foundation launches community health program; Kraft celebrates National Volunteer Week, and more.
Apr 18, 2012
Funding for water growing but slim
More organizations throughout the world are getting grants from more foundation for water-related projects, yet foundation funding for those projects still represents only a tiny share of all international grantmaking, a new research brief says.
Mar 5, 2012
Grants from family foundations inch up
Family foundations in the U.S. awarded grants totaling $20.6 billion to nonprofits in 2010, an increase of 1.1 percent over 2009, when giving declined 3.4 percent, a new study says.
Feb 13, 2012
Social-justice funding plunges
Grantmaking to U.S.-based nonprofits that work for structural change to boost opportunity for the most vulnerable populations took a big hit from the collapse of the global economy in 2008 and likely will continue to suffer, a new report says.
Feb 8, 2012
Foundation funding for Hispanics stalls
The Latino population is growing and now represents a larger share of the U.S. population than any other minority group, but the share of foundation funding for this segment of society has remained about the same over the past decade, a new study says.