Over the last few years, we has seen several cultural moments, such as #MeToo and the response to police violence, take place that have raised social justice struggles to the national platform. In this discussion, FCCP will explore how grassroots leaders have taken these moments, or helped create these moments, to build long-term power in their communities and hear how funders have been supporting this work.
The Children, Youth & Family Funders Roundtable's series—the Impact of Immigration Action on Children and Families—has sought to build awareness and knowledge of key issues, share resources, and explore how funders—both those deeply engaged in immigration issues and those just discovering the intersect of their core portfolios with issues facing immigrant families.
Changes in administration often lead to shifts in policy with real-world impact on funding for nonprofits. Under President Donald Trump, no sector has been harder hit than nonprofits that serve refugees and immigrants.
A group of leading California foundations issued this call to action on immigration to philanthropy.
In the face of the immense challenges facing immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers—as well as the field and philanthropy—we are examining local, state, and national funding trends.
As Americans face troubling new barriers to vote, is philanthropy ready to help?
The nation’s leading philanthropies are banding together to ensure a fair and accurate 2020 Census.
This one-page infographic summarizes the Delivering on the Dream network's impact, leverage, reach, and other metrics between its inception in 2013 and 2015.
If you check out the "Joint Foundation Statement on Immigration organized by Grantmakers Concerned With Immigrants and Refugees, you'll find that a long list of smaller funders has..."
GCIR has embarked on a comprehensive and collective endeavor to examine existing grantmaking; analyze global, national, and state trends; and engage a wide range of stakeholders, including GCIR members, immigrant rights and service organizations, as well as allies in academia and the public sector.
A number of funders—both legacy heavy hitters and smaller foundations—are engaged in the Central American region, focused on alleviating some of these root causes of migration.
With the help of Grantmakers Concerned With Immigrants and Refugees, a national network of foundations that has been working on immigrant and refugee issues since 1990, the California grant makers interviewed
Kristine Gawry Campbell interviews Timi Gerson, vice president and chief content officer at The National Committee of Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP) and author of State of Foundation Funding for the Pro-Immigrant Movement.
A decade ago, when the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP) published a report called “Criteria for Philanthropy at Its Best,” not everyone was thrilled.
Despite ongoing attacks on immigrants from the highest levels of our society, foundations are giving less to pro-immigrant causes than to leisure sports.
Despite the vital importance of the census to philanthropy and all sectors of our society, the census continues to face serious challenges as we approach its public launch on April 1, 2020.
The affinity group Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees is playing an important coordinating role [on DACA], as it did in organizing philanthropy's response to Trump's travel ban. GCIR has...
A look at a network of providers and funders, their effort to provide legal representation for all immigrants facing deporation, and the transformational impact of that representation.
In April, the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP) launched the Movement Investment Project—a multi-year initiative to drive more resources to social movements by providing recommendations for grantmakers to improve their grantmaking and maximize their impact.