10.28.19 US News
Pew Center for Arts & Heritage awards 39 grants totaling more than $8.4 million, the Marguerite Casey Foundation names Carmen Rojas, Ph.D. as its next President and CEO, the Aspen Institute and the Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth create the Aspen Partnership for an Inclusive Economy, and more.
6.18.18 US Nonprofit News
The CUNY J-School received a $20 million dollar gift, The Land Trust Alliance announced Chase Warden as chief operating and financial officer, The Audre Lorde Project is seeking volunteer help, and more.
6.6.16 US Nonprofit News
Fonkoze Foundation will receive $100,000, Hyperbiotics has launched its $150,000 Dollar for Dollar Challenge Grant to help Bumi Sehat, Independent Sector Conference, “New Frontiers”, will take place in November, ART for ALS will raise money for ALS.net, Sing for Hope seeks to raise $25,000 for its public installation, Kris Putnam-Walkerly named one of America's Top 25 Philanthropy Speakers for 2016 by Philanthropy Media, Health Warrior and KaBOOM! began it's Movement For Good Tour, and more.
5.16.16 US Nonprofit News
The Annual Carolinas Planned Giving Conference will take place September 13-14, UnitedHealthcare donates $200,000 to National Church Residencies, Gretchen Minyard Williams joins HighGround Advisors' Board of Directors, The Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program Advisory Council selects Diaspora Fellows, and more.
4.20.15 US Nonprofit News
Boys and Girls Clubs of America partner with Nestle, EcoTools encourages green makeup efforts, Blue Man Group partners with Autism Speaks, FMA Live! Forces in Motion goes on tour, Sippin' in Seersucker celebrates its 11th year benefiting Ogden Museum of Southern Art, and more.
New NCRP Report: The Philanthropic Landscape: The State of Multi-Year Funding
Multi-year commitments declined and fewer grantmakers made multi-year grants in 2008-2010 compared to 2004-2006, according to a new report released by the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP).
‘Green’ funding seen tilted to bigger advocates
Environmental funders are spending too little money on advocacy work to protect low-income areas and communities of color from environmental degradation, a new report says.
Advocacy funding pays off big, study says
Foundation funding to support policy advocacy, community organizing and civic engagement generated significant returns for low-wage workers, communities of color, rural residents and other marginalized groups, a new study says.
Arts funding ‘disregards’ underserved
Arts grantmaking in the U.S. ignores big chunks of culture and society, a new report says.
Health funders urged to target underserved
The needs of underserved communities are the top priority of less than a third of 880 foundations and institutional grantmakers that give billions of dollars for health-related causes in the U.S., a new report says.