When Eagles Hatch: Native Americans in Philanthropy and Native Youth Activism

When Eagles Hatch: Native Americans in Philanthropy and Native Youth Activism

A small cadre of foundations and nonprofits has been expanding efforts to improve understanding and funding for Native -related causes. One important focus is fueling Native youth activism, work that has been been picking up steam in recent years.

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“It’s Time for an Intervention.” Edgar Villanueva Has a Message for Philanthropy

“It’s Time for an Intervention.” Edgar Villanueva Has a Message for Philanthropy

In his new book, Decolonizing Wealth, Villanueva critiques a sector that he argues is based on enduring colonial structures of power. But, he says he’s coming from a place of love and a belief that money can be used as a healing cultural tool.

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This Foundation Has Been Giving General Support for Years. What's It Learned?

This Foundation Has Been Giving General Support for Years. What's It Learned?

While nonprofits have griped forever about a lack of unrestricted grants, many funders remain wary of providing such support. The Sobrato Family Foundation recently shared its take-aways from 10 years of offering GOS funding.

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Behind the Tax Reform Push: How the GOP Turned Against Private Charity and the Nonprofit Sector

Behind the Tax Reform Push: How the GOP Turned Against Private Charity and the Nonprofit Sector

The House tax reform bill is the most sweeping attack on private charity in decades. To understand it, you need to look at how a tribal and libertarian right has come to view the nonprofit sector as an enemy. 

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