ABFE and The Bridgespan Group's report offers funders potential paths to invest in organizations and movements within the Black-led racial justice ecosystem.
This section features reports, CCP newsletters, member spotlights, best practices, sample documents, and resources we believe can help grantmakers and foundations. Some of these items are only available to members. There are several different ways to search the resource library. Using the filters on the right side of this page, you can search by type of Resource Type, Topic, Funding Area, or Audience. For example, if you are looking for a Report, select Resource Type, then you can filter by Audience or Topic to refine the results. Please note, the search box below only searches resources. If you're looking for news or events, use the search box in the top navigation bar.
National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP) report looks at the latest available grantmaking data (2016-2018) of 25 community foundations – from Los Angeles to New Orleans to New York City to St. Paul.
A new report by a bipartisan commission created two years ago by the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, outlines steps to strengthen and reform American democracy.
Funders are responding to calls for racial equity and justice in the wake of the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery, and in the midst of a global pandemic revealing stark racial inequities. CCP has compiled member statements of support and commitments to action.
A new policy brief from the Connecticut Health Foundation offers four recommendations for ensuring that the state’s COVID-19 response reaches those who are most at risk.
A new report from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities encourages states to enact and strengthen state-level Earned Income Tax Credits (EITC) to create an anti-racist policy response to the COVID-19 crisis.
Learn how Expanding the Bench is increasing diversity, inclusion, and equity in evaluation, and how this initiative can support your organization's pursuit of equity.
Expanding the Bench Initiative's one-pager that provides rationale behind the importance of including the voices of diverse evaluators in philanthropic work.
The New York Times reports on the University of California's Shift Project's new research: African-Americans, Hispanics and other minorities — particularly women — are much more likely to be assigned irregular schedules, and that the harmful repercussions are felt not just by the workers but also their families.
Learn more about equitable evaluation practives in the recording and slide deck of the Associations Advancing Equitable Evaluation Practices' recent webinar, Evaluation as a Tool for Equity – A Primer on Equitable Evaluation.
National Network of Consultants to Grantmakers' DEI Toolkit for Consultants to Grantmakers helps consultants and grantmakers alike look through issues with a DEI lens.
View the visual notes for CCP's 2019 Conference morning panel discussion, "Visions for the Future of Philanthropy."
In the 12 years since the original Grantmaking with a Racial Equity Lens guide was published the country’s political, economic, and cultural landscapes have undergone multiple, dramatic changes.
The Foundation Center compiles Foundation Landscapes that combine multiple resources, including data visualization tools, original research, and more to illuminate critical issues in philanthropy. This page, focused on racial equity, includes a collection of research, upcoming trainings and webinars, news articles, and blog posts from experts in the field.
RE-Center is offering Equity in Education Workshopsthese workshops in November 2018 through May 2019. The workshops are designed to help educators and others understand the different ways racism and other forms of oppression show up in classrooms and workplaces and how to interrupt these forms of oppression through Equity Shifts, Restorative Justice Practices, and problem solving for equity.
Based on survey responses of 205 leaders of nonprofit organizations with annual expenses between $100,000 and $100 million, Nonprofit Diversity Efforts: Current Practices and the Role of Foundations provides a collection of data on topics such as how diversity relates to the work of nonprofits and what demographic information nonprofits and funders alike are collecting — and how that information is used. The data in this report can inform foundation leaders and staff as they consider how they can most helpfully engage with their grantees on the topic of diversity.
For philanthropy to advance equity in all communities, especially low-income communities and communities of color, it needs to be able to understand the demographics of the organizations being funded (and declined), the people being served and the communities impacted. That data should be used to assess practices and drive decision making.
Find resources to help learn about, spread the word about and get involved in Black Philanthropy.