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Summer 2020: Paradigm Shifts

Our highly rated quarterly publication for members provides a wealth of information and inspiration in one easy read. In this issue: Understanding Racial Bias in Philanthropic Funding Today Grantmaking for Equity: Essential, Fundamental Practices Working With the State and Other Funders to Address COVID-19 Racial Health Equity in Louisiana What Should Philanthropy Do? Excerpted from... Read More

Spotlight Reports

Grounded in research, survey data, and interviews with funders, these spotlight reports highlight some of the strongest approaches in lean philanthropy. A Leanly Staffed Funder’s Guide to Foundation Investing Every foundation wants a thoughtful, disciplined investment process that aligns with its purpose and goals. This guide helps you quickly understand the different aspects of foundation... Read More

Introducing an Anti-Racist, Intersectional Frame for Lean Funders

For over forty years, the Center for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP) has worked to produce equal outcomes for children, families and communities. In part one of this blog series, we shared CSSP’s Key Equity Terms & Concepts. The organization’s commitment to equity, especially racial equity, means we’re constantly evolving our thinking. Part of this evolution... Read More

Nonprofit Collaboration Is Essential Now—How Funders Can Play a Role

These unprecedented times require new ways of working together. Nonprofits’ services are needed more than ever. But there are fewer resources to support them. Organizations have already lost significant revenue streams from cancelled fundraisers and lost earned income. The number of households that give was decreasing before the pandemic hit, says the 2019 Giving USA... Read More

MacKenzie Scott Gives a Masterclass in Philanthropy

Philanthropy has a new champion. Her name is MacKenzie Scott. Recently, Scott announced that in her relatively short time in philanthropy, she’s given $1.7 billion to 116 nonprofits. Many of the organizations are devoted to equity, and those organizations are largely led by women, people of color, and LGBTQ+ people. While the amount represents a... Read More

Funding the Arts Is Funding for Social Change

In a recent conversation, I found myself wrestling with a familiar question: How do we encourage funding for the arts during times of crisis, as people are struggling to meet basic needs like food, shelter, and physical and mental health? It’s a valid consideration. Just before the coronavirus hit, I questioned myself and my own... Read More