This fact sheet provides the most up-to-date estimates of unauthoirzed immigrants who are graduating from U.S. high schools, both for the United States overall and for top states.
Learn how investments in private prisons put retirement savings at risk, and how you and your institution can hold these companies accountable.
A statement on Edward W. Hazen Foundation's efforts to align its investment acitivities with its mission and goals.
The California Endowment will no longer make direct investments of its endowment funds in companies that derive significant annual revenue from the operation of private prisons, jails, detention centers and correctional facilities.
This report offers impact investors, grant-makers, and development finance professionals the first landscape of the what, why, who, where, and most importantly, how, of investing in and with displaced people.
More than 60 philanthropic institutions submitted comments in response to the Trump administration's proposed changes to the "public charge" rule.
This webinar is part of a series that tackles the realities of racism strategically, and connects these threads to our present-day grantmaking practices in collaboration with Lori Villarosa of Philanthropic Initiative for Racial Equity (PRE).
The Funders Census Initiative has developed a pre-decision toolkit for funders.
The Center for Disaster Philanthropy (CDP) is considering what they do – and how they do it – in order to evaluate whether their actions result in the consequences they intend for them.
The public charge rule will lead to decreased participation in certain programs that will contribute to more uninsured individuals and negatively affect the health and financial stability of families and the growth and healthy development of their children.
The Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan is joining with Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees and The Kresge Foundation to create the Southeast Michigan Immigrant and Refugee Funder Collaborative, which seeks to address a needs gap of the immigrant and refugee population in the region.
In the United States, citizenship is a unifying force built around a core set of commonly agreed ideals, including the inherent equality of all people. Yet U.S. citizenship law and practice are marked by gaps, weaknesses, and opportunities for arbitrary decision-making. Today, those gaps and weaknesses are being exploited to take U.S. citizenship away from members of marginalized groups.