Creating a Philanthropic Sector That Is More Responsive to the Needs of Diverse Communities

September 25, 2007 Greenlining

Today’s news is inundated with stories of social and economic hardships that low- and middle-class Americans face, from the disheartening state of the country’s health care [...]


Investing in a Diverse Democracy: Foundation Giving to Minority-Led Nonprofits

June 28, 2007 Greenlining Diversity & Inclusion

The purpose of this study is to measure the role foundations are playing in empowering minority communities to contribute to the nation’s cutting-edge public policy dialogue. [...]

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2006 Legislative Hearings on Foundation Giving to Minority-Led Nonprofits

April 24, 2006 Greenlining

Members of California’s Latino Legislative Caucus, Legislative Black Caucus, and Asian Pacific Islander Legislative Caucus held a historic joint hearing on April 24, 2006 to discuss [...]


Fairness in Philanthropy Part II: Perspectives from the Field

November 6, 2005 Greenlining

This study looks at why foundation funding for minority-led nonprofits is so low and how the diversity practices and policies of foundations affect giving priorities. Findings [...]


Fairness in Philanthropy Part I: Foundation Giving to Minority-led Nonprofits

October 5, 2005 Greenlining Diversity & Inclusion

This study analyzes the giving of the nation’s largest foundations to determine how equitably foundation dollars are allocated across the sector. Greenlining’s findings show that the [...]

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