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.
3.28.16 US Nonprofit News
Over $572,000 raised for Artist Trust, American Red Cross to host "Art from the Heart," Grantmakers in the Arts host "Building Collective Capital: A Funders Collaborative Approach to Capitalization" Web Conference, the Islamic Scholarship Fund application has been extended, nearly $1 million goes to support the ReadNYC Initative, and more.
8.24.15 US Nonprofit News
Services for the UnderServed awarded four-year $1.6 million grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation will reinvest in the Sierra Club’s Beyond Coal campaign, 100 Friends celebrates 25 years, The Philadelphia Museum of Art names new Director of Development, and more.