-Advertisement-

Tag Archive for: philanthropy

NEWS: $12.1 Million in Funds Dedicated to Disrupting Racial Inequities in Minnesota

Greater Twin Cities United Way announces grants for operating funds to equity nonprofits, youth workforce training, and trauma-informed early childhood caregiver training.

Q&A: Chanda Smith Baker, Minneapolis Foundation

What gives me optimism is conversation around not just police reform, but race and systemic issues. This time feels significantly different — the level of outcry across the world that has happened.

Minnesota’s Philanthropic Network: Seeking the Light

A deep dive into the light and dark of relying on philanthropy, including lists of suggested community-based transformation funds in Minnesota.

Ecolution #2: The Flavor of Money

“What is money but a way to measure value, to facilitate exchange? And what is exchange but a type of relationship between people?”

Be Good to Fundraisers Month

Leah Olm is the Director of Coaching and Curriculum for RaiseMN,…

Connecting Marginalized Entrepreneurs With Funds

Photo Anna Min/Min Enterprises Photography LLC At the mid-March…

Reducing Stigma Doesn’t Fund Mental Health

On a visit to Boneshaker Books with my child, I waved my…

Evolving American philanthropy

There is a troubling paradigm that enforces a hierarchy of generosity in the field, which assumes that people who look like me are just charity cases, not generous donors.

Tag Archive for: philanthropy