The Seattle Foundation raises funds to fights homelessness and works to correct misperceptions about the city’s homeless population at the same time.Read More
The Supreme Court this week decided that it will allow lower courts to decide whether or not the Trump administration’s request for the government to include a citizenship question on the 2020 Census.
But while the question plays out in the legal arena, community foundations and their nonprofit partners are still hard at work to ensure that not only do historically undercounted communities receive the financial resources necessary for a truly accurate count, but that those dollars are strategically targeted toward community-based nonprofits doing the work closest to those populations.Read More
In Washington, D.C., more than 6,000 people sleep without adequate shelter any night of the year.
The Greater Washington Community Foundation wants to change that.Read More
The Chicago Community Trust has long recognized the transformative power that can happen in a community when people come together to break bread.
This month, it’s testing whether that power can extend to influencing citywide policy, too.Read More
The Women’s Giving Alliance, an initiative of the Community Foundation of Northeast Florida, awarded $2 million in grants over five years to organizations the provide mental health support to women and girls.Read More
The Cleveland Foundation continues legacy of social impact investing with $150 million commitment by the end of 2022.Read More
FIve community foundations were honored by the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Council on Foundations for their work bringing together the public and philanthropic sectors to improve life in their communities.Read More
In Central Indiana, a community foundation puts racial inequality at the center of its work.Read More
Community Foundations are leading locally-based climate change and environmental efforts.Read More