Pressed by Legislator, Nonprofit Foundations Agree to Invest in Minority-Led Organizations
Source: Sacbee.com | Written by: Aurelio Rojas Faced with legislation that would require them to disclose their ethnic composition and detail grants awarded to minority organizations, [...]
Should Foundations Collect Diversity Data?
Source: ABC News | Written by: David Louie There’s a deal being made in Sacramento to get the state’s largest foundations to give more support to [...]
Governor’s Tax Policies are Misguided: A Sales Tax on Services Could Avoid Cuts in Education, Healthcare and Social Services
Orson Aguilar Incoming Executive Director 510-926-4004 office 510-552-0493 cell email@example.com Christian Gonzalez-Rivera Research Program Coordinator 510-898-0507 office firstname.lastname@example.org Governor’s Tax Policies are Misguided: A [...]
No Good Deed Goes Unpunished?
Source: www.sfgate.com | Written by: Jeffrey A. Farber Are some charities more worthy than others? This seems to be the implication of a bill before the [...]
Diversity in Philanthropy Achieved through Leadership, not Mandates
Source: The Mercury News | Written by: Dr. Robert K. Ross A world famous leader once said, “There are two things you don’t want to see [...]
California Legislation Pushing Foundation Funding Diversity
Source: The Non Profit Times | Written by: Mark Hrywna Foundations are lining up against mandated diversity transparency legislation in California that could have ramifications beyond [...]
Funding the New Majority: Philanthropic Investment in Minority-Led Nonprofits
Greenlining is pleased to announce the release of our latest report on grant giving to minority-led organizations entitled Funding the New Majority. The report examines grant [...]
Tax-Supported Foundations Must Reveal Diversity Data
Source: San Jose Mercury News | Written by: By John C. Gamboa During a year of massive budget deficits and service cuts, Californians have the right [...]