What Grantseekers Should Know About Sidney Kimmel’s Philadelphia Giving

What Grantseekers Should Know About Sidney Kimmel’s Philadelphia Giving

With a net worth of around $1.3 billion and a philanthropic foundation that’s been around since the early 1990s, Sidney Kimmel is a familiar name to nonprofit leaders in Philadelphia. What causes and organizations does he support?

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Here’s an Oil and Gold Pioneer That Northern California Nonprofits Should Know

Here’s an Oil and Gold Pioneer That Northern California Nonprofits Should Know

C.J. Berry made a fortune in gold and oil but never forgot the community. Now the C.J. Berry Foundation focuses grantmaking on the regions that made the founder rich. Here are facts about this funder that Northern California nonprofits should know.

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Fallout: The Jewish Philanthropy World Reacts to Allegations Against a Top Donor

Fallout: The Jewish Philanthropy World Reacts to Allegations Against a Top Donor

This week’s New York Times article reporting that the Michael Steinhardt sexually harassed six different young women has been a focus of conversation across the Jewish nonprofit world. What are people saying? And how will the scandal affect Steinhardt’s giving and his grantees?

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Ten Considerations for Human Rights Funders Engaging with Social Movements in 2019

Ten Considerations for Human Rights Funders Engaging with Social Movements in 2019

In the face of rising attacks on democratic institutions and civil organizations worldwide, it’s becoming more important than ever to support social movements. But according to two veterans in this space, funders need to change how they provide such support.

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Tapping Tech Wealth in the Northwest to Support Writers and More

Tapping Tech Wealth in the Northwest to Support Writers and More

The foundation that Linda Breneman created with her ex-husband Jeremy Jaech, a software entrepreneur, has played an important role in strengthening Seattle's literary scene, along with other causes. We explore the backstory.

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With Momentum Building, a Foundation Zeroes in on Criminal Justice Reform

With Momentum Building, a Foundation Zeroes in on Criminal Justice Reform

Justice reform has long been part of the Public Welfare Foundation’s portfolio. But with political winds shifting and new openings for progress, it plans to focus most of its grantmaking in this area, starting with new local-level work in Washington D.C.

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