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Listening to and Learning from Our Grantees – Domestic Panel

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Listening to and Learning from Our Grantees – International Panel

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Religion in India: Tolerance and Segregation

Our colleague Julie Sulc shared the findings of Pew Research Center’s most recent study, an extensive survey on India that focuses on its diverse and fascinating religious beliefs and practices. This project was…

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Updates: Charities Aid Foundation COVID-19 Reports

Last August Steve Komanapalli shared with us several reports from CAF America based on extensive surveys they conducted with hundreds of organizations around the world. Since then, CAF America has published three…

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Research and Report on Travel

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Announcing the DWFF Acceleration Portfolio

We’re launching a new initiative: the DWFF Acceleration Portfolio!  Through the Acceleration Portfolio, DWFF will invest in 30 African non-profit organizations with annual budgets under $500,000USD (though ideally most will be under…

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Virtual Event Invitations from Murdock Trust

Steve Moore is extending an invitation to some upcoming events hosted by Murdock Trust that may be of interest to our community: Thursday, June 17th @ 12:00pm-12:30pm (PDT)/3:00pm-3:30pm (EDT) | Jack Murdock…

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Resources Roundup: 2021 Conference Links

During the online conference presenters and participants shared these resources for those who want to dive deeper. Jump to: Candid Conversations; Lessons from the Journey. From Candid Conversations in a Cultural Moment:…

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Does Your Definition of Leadership Exclude Women of Color?

The thought-provoking article from HBR, below, highlights the need to redefine leadership in our organizational contexts. Summary: Many organizations have committed to diversifying their leadership and promoting more women of color to…

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Resources Roundup: Recommended Books

During our online conference this year we asked participants to share the best book they’ve read in the past year. Here’s what your colleagues are reading! Book descriptions are borrowed from Amazon.…

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2021 Annual Conference, Session 1: Navigating Amid Sea Change

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2021 Annual Conference, Session 2: Candid Conversations in a Cultural Moment

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2021 Annual Conference, Session 3: Lessons From the Journey

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Layers of Laments

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Sacred Harvest Foundation’s 2021 COVID-19 Report

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Sacred Harvest Foundation’s COVID-19 Report

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Resources Roundup: Empathy Webinar with Christy Vines

In advance of our discussion with Christy Vines about empathy, she sent some resources to enable us to dig into the topic ahead of time. These included, first, two workbooks published by…

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The Work of Racial Justice Workbooks

As a part of her PCP webinar on empathy, Christy Vines shared these two practical workbooks put together by Ideos: The Work of Racial Justice Workbook, Session 2: Identity & Perspective The…

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Shifting Philanthropy From Charity to Justice

We need a new framework for giving to address America’s economic, social, and political inequalities. This article from SSIR was also recommended by Christy Vines of Ideos in advance of her webinar…

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Cultivating Empathy and Internal Awareness for Social Change

From the article: “Empathy has a critical role to play in creating positive social change; it will enable us to become more collaborative and respond more thoughtfully to social issues. We can…

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Racial Equity and Philanthropy

Summary: This research, from Echoing Green and Bridgespan, lays bare the racial disparity in today’s funding environment and argues that population-level impact cannot happen without funding more leaders of color. Christy Vines…

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Tyndale House Foundation’s Report on COVID Impact

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Charities Aid Foundation COVID-19 Reports

Charities Aid Foundation of America did a series of surveys earlier this year providing insight into what non-profits around the world are experiencing through the coronavirus crisis.  This survey was completed by…

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Foundation Equity Practice Assessment

Exponent Philanthropy has a really useful self-assessment for foundation board/staff on current equity practices- takes less than 5 min and provides some helpful insights for moving forward! Exponent Philanthropy’s Equity Practice Assessment

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