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Calisa Hildebrand-Blauvelt Jul 17
"Approaches that emphasized a child’s development beyond academics or prioritized engaging support systems outside of school walls have lately surged in popularity." More from the on What’s Hot in Right Now:
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Inside Philanthropy Jul 17
The T. Rowe Price Foundation has been ramping up its giving and taking new, bolder approaches to tackling Baltimore's many problems. Liz Longley looks at the history and new developments:
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Inside Philanthropy Jul 17
Alice Walton's mission of world-class arts access in Arkansas expands with a new organization to support the state's arts ecosystem. IP's Mike Scutari puts the details in context:
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The New York Women's Foundation Jul 16
“The question for people working in philanthropy is whether they are willing to move past the need for security and safeness and toward taking on racial equity more intentionally. " says Ana Oliveira of via
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Root Cause Jul 15
Check out the what the has been up to: shares the fund's latest art and reform projects.
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Jessica Berns Jul 16
. asks what’s not to like about billionaires showing up to address social issues. He answers: “They are reluctant to challenge the failure of our economy for most people”
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Massachusetts for Yang 2020 Jul 15
. writes about Democratic presidential candidate 's : "It actually gives the kids who are growing up in these cities a reason to stay in the first place"
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David Biemesderfer Jul 16
Kicking off Day 2 of with stellar panel of authors and thought leaders - starting with , founder and editor of
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Inside Philanthropy Jul 15
is a powerhouse advocate of reducing mass incarceration. IP's looks at how it differs from similar funders:
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Inside Philanthropy Jul 15
Venture for America backs young entrepreneurs far from the hotbeds of Silicon Valley and the Northeast corridor—and it's drawing greater support from major companies. talks to some insiders:
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Holly Hall Jul 14
Amazing and welcome news in this politically divisive era...
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Inside Philanthropy Jul 12
Through Philadelphia's Juvenile Justice Hub, social workers engage youthful offenders to reduce repeat offenses. The initiative now has Michael Bloomberg's attention, as L.S. Hall reports:
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Team Reed Foundation Jul 11
that retail is quickly expanding its own philanthropy through quick strategies? Make sure to check out the interesting piece from on retail's work in philanthropy currently:
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Inside Philanthropy Jul 11
Through Philadelphia's Juvenile Justice Hub, social workers engage youthful offenders to reduce repeat offenses. The initiative now has Michael Bloomberg's attention, as L.S. Hall reports:
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Rick Moyers Jul 11
"We know it is a lot harder to change our own behaviors than to give grants to others to change theirs." From via "Let’s Help Funder Collaboratives Work Better for Grantees"
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CECP Jul 11
. on how leading companies like are working to break down barriers to veterans employment:
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Kathy Reich Jul 10
Bravo for today's great column in about what makes for truly effective collaboration! Kudos as well to for the research she cites.
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Inside Philanthropy Jul 10
University fundraising is a tough job, and millennial alumni burdened with student loan debt are not receptive to asks. What's a fundraiser to do? IP's Mike Scutari digs in to some recent studies:
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Inside Philanthropy Jul 10
More funders are embracing bottom-up approaches to racial justice and climate change, and the Libra Foundation is no exception. reports:
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Inside Philanthropy Jul 10
Endless wars and soaring defense spending have diverted resources from pressing domestic needs. Now, and Charles Koch are collaborating to change the status quo. IP's has the story:
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