CF Network: Responses to DAF Grants and the Issue of Hate in Charitable Work

Community foundations across the country have initiated a variety of responses to the issue of hate in charitable work and DAF grants. Some foundations support donors regardless of the grantee, while some have chosen to screen grants and others have even created public policies. Regardless of the foundation’s policy, your peer foundations have made tough choices and engaged in relevant messaging with donors and key stakeholders. Learn more about example responses to this developing issue, and bring your questions for a thoughtful discussion.

Resources:

 

Featured Speakers

Whitney Feld

Whitney Feld

Whitney Feld serves as Vice President, Family Office Partners at Foundation For The Carolinas. In her…

View Profile

Sutton Mora Hayes

Sutton Mora Hayes is the Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer at The Community Foundation…

View Profile
Andrea Minadakis

Andrea Minadakis

Andrea Minadakis is Grants Manager at the Marin Community Foundation in Novato, California.

View Profile
Alix Derby Salkin

Alix Derby Salkin

Alix Derby Salkin is Vice President for Philanthropic Partnerships at the Marin Community Foundation in Novato,…

View Profile

Additional questions? Contact community@ncfp.org.

Get Involved

Search Knowledge Center for Resources!

We’re here to help you on your philanthropic journey. Contact NCFP for support!

Get Assistance

Keep up with trends in family philanthropy. Subscribe to our newsletter!

Signup

Family philanthropy improves the quality of life for all. Join our family!

Join Now