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This paper focuses on family investing through family offices and foundations. Data was compiled from 17 research interviews in August of 2012 with trustees and staff of family foundations and offices as well as investment advisors and consultants.
... that it will be easy to do it well. It takes significant focus, time, and effort. But we do say that the actions you ...
The Annie E. Casey Foundation explains its two-generation approach to reducing poverty.
... from across the country. This year, philanthropy’s voice is more important than ever as so much change is in the ... being made in coming months and to add philanthropy’s voice to policy discussions. The group, Ohio Funders for the ... issues and suggestions for policy reform. Add your voice, get engaged. Claudia Y.W. Herrold Ohio ramps up policy ...
... their philanthropic bets. Many funders wisely choose a focus area for funding, and then proceed to investigate – ... that field. To read full article, click here: https://www.ncfp.org/blog/2013/apr-dont-reinvent-the-wheel.html You will need ...
During this presentation we hope to First, provide you some background to the Map the Meal Gap study with specific Ohio numbers, and then give you a very brief explanation of the methods involved in the MMG study, an overview of what is available through this study, and how you can use the data in your local communities.
By focusing on funds as a unit of analysis, The Impact Investor research project explores the sets of individual skills and experiences, intermediary practices and structures, investment strategies, deal terms and disciplines correlated with success across the broad diversity of impact investors. It aims to clarify universal guideposts, choices, and decision tress built around practices common to the highest performing impact investors, while also aggregating lessons from failure.
After many years of calamitous economic trends, this year’s KIDS COUNT Data Book reveals some modest but hopeful signs of recovery and improvement for America’s children and families. While the nation certainly has not fully recovered from the recession, we are doing the hard work of digging out and moving ahead.
... Managers Network contends that grantmakers should pay equal attention to how grants are made—evaluating and ...
The vision for this Field Guide came from the collective wisdom of a working group convened by the Council on Foundations in August 2012. Guided by the community foundation leadership of Kathy Merchant at The Greater Cincinnati Foundation and Stuart Comstock-Gay at The Vermont Community Foundation and managed by Laura Tomasko at the Council on Foundations, the working group met throughout the past year to strategize on how best to move the community foundation field forward in impact investing.
Commissioned by the Canadian Environmental Grantmakers’ Network (CEGN), this report outlines some of the key issues related to urban sustainability in Canada, profiles some of the promising approaches, and explores various roles that the philanthropic community could play in moving communities forward in this field.
... may also request a copy by sending a request to email@example.com . To read article, click here: Igniting the Spark ...
Philanthropy Ohio is the leading voice to policy makers on behalf of Ohio philanthropy, ...
... and that our state is able to grow and support a thriving economy. Ohio's Talent Gap ...
... Housing + COVID-19 The Gap: A Shortage of Affordable Homes Equitable Housing in Central Ohio Report Ohio Development ...
The National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy shares their report on Inequity in Education. American schoolchildren face alarming inequities in educational opportunities. While the public schools attended by some U.S. students are among the best in the world, other children are cast off into unsafe, unsupportive, unchallenging and underresourced schools where their chances of academic success are minimal.
... opportunity, and design for broadly shared prosperity.” PolicyLink’s Creating Change through Arts, Culture and Equitable Development – A Policy and Practice Primer ... to philanthropy and health care is evidenced by their focus on a comprehensive approach to addressing the social ...
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... recession officially ended in June of 2009, the national economy continues to recover at a slow, steady pace, battling ... the performance of the 100 largest U.S. metropolitan areas on four indicators: jobs, unemployment, output (gross ...
The Center for Effective Philanthropy shares their key findings on how foundations are doing and how they might do better.