By Steven Green Rarely in the U.S. has the power dynamic felt more pronounced. Over the last year, while the workforce at-large has suffered, the nonprofit sector, the third largest industry in the U.S. that provides such offerings as health care and social services, has … [Read more...] about Lessening the Power Divide in Philanthropy
By Liana Krupp There is a glaring silence that comes from Center for Effective Philanthropy’s recent report New Attitudes, Old Practices: The Provision of Multiyear General Operating Support: 63% of foundation CEOs interviewed for the study favored increasing multiyear general … [Read more...] about On Trust & Risk: Providing Multi-Year Grants for Nonprofits’ General Operations
The Center for Effective Philanthropy has released New Attitudes, Old Practices: The Provision of Multiyear General Operating Support: Multiyear general operating support (GOS) provides nonprofits with the flexibility to use funds to fulfill their missions and the ability to … [Read more...] about What’s Stopping Foundations from Providing Multi-Year Grants for Nonprofits’ General Operations?
By Meredith Jacobs Our Pledge I’m back in my home office, which feels strange because I had converted it into a guest room. As I searched through the house for the saw horses that supported the desktop, my husband reminded me that a year ago, over his objections, I insisted … [Read more...] about Our Pledge
Since biblical times, Judaism’s imperative has been to protect the most vulnerable members of society. Vulnerability has taken on new meaning in our communities today. It includes our friends and neighbors, teachers and rabbis, colleagues and family. As COVID-19 drastically a … [Read more...] about An Open Message to Grantees from the Funder Community