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Values-Aligned Philanthropy: Foundations Resisting Hate and Extremism

October 4, 2021 | Council on Foundations
Values-Aligned Philanthropy is a Council on Foundations project, supported by the Gill Foundation, that digs into the issue of funding hate and extremism, documenting the problem and the response of the sector to date. This report was created to support foundations concerned about this issue. Read More
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Reimagining Capacity Building: Navigating Culture, Systems & Power

Strengthening nonprofit organizations is not just a nice-to-have but an essential part of our work as grantmakers to ensure that nonprofits have the resources they need to address today’s most pressing social concerns. Indeed, the vast majority of staffed foundations — 86 percent — do just that, invest in organizational strengthening in areas such as leadership, fundraising, evaluation, communications and Read More
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Why Am I Always Being Researched?

August 30, 2021 | Chicago Beyond
In this publication, Chicago Beyond offers “how” we can begin to level the playing field and reckon with unintended bias when it comes to research. This guidebook was created to help shift the power dynamic and the way community organizations, researchers, and funders uncover knowledge together. It is an equity-based approach to research that offers one way in which we Read More
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Innovating Place-Based Grantmaking: An Evaluation of the Annie E. Casey Foundation “Strategic Co-Investor” Approach

When the Annie E. Casey Foundation launched Family-Centered Community Change™ (FCCC) in 2012, the Foundation set out to make improvements to their approach to place-based grantmaking. The programmatic aim was to support local partnerships to help parents and children succeed together in what is known as a “two-generation approach.” Rather than creating something new, Casey joined existing partnerships—located in Buffalo, New Read More