Tools and Resources
Tags: action : D5 Coalition : data : funding : leaders
The third in a series, D5′s State of the Work 2013 features lessons learned from executives of the American Express Foundation, the Baltimore Community Foundation, Access Strategies Fund, the Silicon Valley Community Foundation, Lloyd A. Fry Foundation, Capek Consulting, Russell Family Foundation and FSG. The report draws on the successes and challenges of philanthropic leaders to create a more diverse sector in 2012—and offers actions to inspire leaders to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion in 2013.
Tags: action : Council of Michigan Foundations : data : leaders : policies and practices : regional studies : research
Tags: communities of color : data : diversity : Philanthropy New York
Philanthropy New York’s blog has a great post about the new portal BMAfunders.org by Foundation Center and Open Society Foundations. You can see the original post here. At BMAfunders.org, visitors can sign up for e-mail updates to learn about news and events related to black male achievement, as well as submit grants data, case studies, and philanthropic milestones.
This 2010 report by the Philanthropic Initiative for Racial Equity presents a collection of perspectives and recommendations for evaluating progress in racial justice work, particularly work that is guided by a structural racism analysis. The hope is to collectively define the goals, adapt or refine existing tools or develop appropriate new ones as needed.
Tags: data : evaluation : W.K. Kellog Foundation : Woods Fund of Chicago