Democratizing Philanthropy

Democratizing Philanthropy promotes diversity and transparency in the philanthropic world, encouraging charitable foundations to treat communities of color as full partners in their work.

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Foundations Increase Funding

Philippine News Study shows progress in minority support LOS ANGELES — Sen. Ted W. Lieu of Torrance has praised the progress foundations have made in supporting minority groups but said more work remains to be done. “It’s great to have…
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The Case Against Mandatory Counting

Philanthropy Roudtable by Adam Meyerson The Philanthropy Roundtable and our legislative arm, the Alliance for Charitable Reform, actively opposed California legislation in 2008 that would have required foundations to disclose the racial, ethnic, gender, and sexual orientation composition of their…
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Diversity Rules for Foundations Stir Debate By Caroline Preston Preserving philanthropy’s independence is a key theme at this year’s meeting of the Philanthropy Roundtable, a Washington group that represents donors. Adam Meyerson, the organization’s president, kicked off the meeting Thursday in Amelia Island, Fla., by…
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