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Center for Effective Philanthropy (CEP)
The Center for Effective Philanthropy focuses on the development of comparative data to enable higher-performing funders.
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Phil Buchanan Jun 21
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Center for Effective Philanthropy (CEP) Jun 21
"Don’t give just one-year grants that are highly restricted; give flexible funding. Understand the complexity of assessment & try to support the organizations that you’re interested in funding to collect the important information that they need to know."
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Phil Buchanan Jun 20
Great post. "We’re expanding the notion of credible data by considering the voices that are lifted up through data collection and reporting efforts, examining the knowledge that we’re privileging, and pausing when we’re falling back to our 'default' frameworks."
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Center for Effective Philanthropy (CEP) Jun 21
"Ask the hard questions about how racism shows up. Allow yourself to sit with those hard questions. Lead from where you are."
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Center for Effective Philanthropy (CEP) Jun 21
READING: "The Smartest Way to Promote Diversity: Pay for Overhead at Charities Led by People of Color." via
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PFC/FPC Jun 20
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Center for Effective Philanthropy (CEP) Jun 20
Check out this new review of in by President Hilary Pearson
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Kate Seely Jun 20
"We must be laser focused on the deepest, most complex ways in which racism permeates political, cultural, and economic norms; how that manifests inside our organizations; and what is required to truly uproot it."
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Anjie_Rosga Jun 20
Great blog post by Kresge's Anna Cruz: "learning and evaluation can be a lever to shift practices that privilege a white-dominant frame" via
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Center for Effective Philanthropy (CEP) Jun 20
"Our effort to improve philanthropy should be rooted in an accurate and factual appreciation of all it does – not caricature or a focus on outliers." via
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Center for Effective Philanthropy (CEP) Jun 20
"My journey reminds me that: 1. transforming philanthropy to hold a racial equity lens requires personal transformation; and 2. we lead from where we are." - Anna Cruz,
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Funders Together Jun 20
"Ask the hard questions about how racism shows up. Allow yourself to sit with those hard questions. Lead from where you are." via
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Center for Effective Philanthropy (CEP) Jun 20
NYC funders! On 9/18, and will be at to explore the moral and political aspects of giving by the wealthy, in a debate moderated by President Lorie Slutsky. This is a can't-miss event!
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Center for Effective Philanthropy (CEP) Jun 20
"If we are to realize our potential in philanthropy, we must be comprehensive in our pursuit of justice."
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Jara Dean-Coffey Jun 20
Listen to Anna Cruz
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Center for Effective Philanthropy (CEP) Jun 20
NEW on the blog from Anna Cruz of : "Philanthropy with a Racial Equity Lens."
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YouthTruth Jun 20
At YouthTruth, we believe that listening to students can make schools stronger. Read more about beneficiary feedback:
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Sam Marks Jun 19
“The further you get toward completing a knowledge product without having the conversation about how it will be used, the more likely you and your collaborators will find yourselves at the end struggling to justify the value of your work.” -
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Fund for Shared Insight Jun 19
The Chinese character for the word "listen" calls us to use all of our senses and give the undivided attention and respect afforded a king. How would it change philanthropy if we analyzed our data like that? Asks via
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Pam Foster Jun 19
Yes - this is a must-read by . Great convo at ’s conference. And this: “The people you need to listen to – to both correctly identify the problem you are trying to solve, and to come up with ways to address it – are those with lived experience.”
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