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Released: 09/2013

Based on analysis of data collected this report examines the ways in which these high-capacity, Jewish next gen donors think about and experience philanthropy. It hones in on the ways they learn about giving, are motivated to give, and want to approach their own philanthropy.

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Released: 12/2013

The Wealth Creation and Rural Livelihoods is a community of practice for practitioners, researchers, policymakers, funders and others exchanging ideas, tracking issues and opportunities.

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Released: 08/2014

Building Power through Data-Sharing: Issues and Opportunities for Environmental Health and Justice Funders, a new report from Health and Environmental Funders Network, explores ways funders can build power in their fields through investments in data-sharing.

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Resource Type: Funder Briefing
Funding Area: EnvironmentHealth



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Released: 01/2013

This occasional paper from the Kettering Foundation is written by Peter Pennekamp, former executive director of the Humboldt Area Foundation. It explores the questions of why and how community democracy can be both a cultural choice and an organizing system for philanthropy.

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Resource Type: Report
Topic: Collaboration



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Released: 12/2013

From 2004 to 2012, Third Sector New England and clusters of nonprofit organizations joined in a unique grant program designed to further social change through united effort. In Funding Learning Networks for Community Impact readers will learn lessons from eight years of grantmaking in the area of nonprofit networking and explore the design of the CBF program where nonprofits planned, learned, and built relationships that enabled them to work together to achieve common goals.

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Resource Type: Best PracticeReport



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Released: 02/2015

Paul Shoemaker of Social Venture Partners Seattle shares his thoughts in this essay published in the Stanford Social Innovation Review on funders can create breakthrough social change through their philanthropic practices.

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Released: 02/2015

With support from Marts & Lundy, the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy developed this report to help inform the nonprofit sector. Nonprofit leaders and staff can use the information within The Philanthropy Outlook to guide decision making about future budgeting, staffing, fundraising, programming, and general nonprofit development, as well as for board reports, general nonprofit reports, and research on philanthropic giving trends.

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Released: 01/2015

The motivation behind the Money for Good ($FG) research series is to seek the "voice of the donor" in charitable giving. $FG reveals the motivations behind donors’ giving as they are, not as charitable organizations and funders wish they were.

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Resource Type: Report