As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, we continue to add to our COVID-19 resources page. Some new highlights include new looks at how COVID-19 (and philanthropy’s response to it) impact communities of color...
- Colorlines explores why COVID-19 is so dangerous for people of color
- A coalition of Washington, DC funders names the COVID-19 crisis as a racial justice issue that calls for prioritizing the power of POC (The Weissberg Blog)
- Inside Philanthropy takes a closer look at who in philanthropy is supporting communities of color
- A reminder from Frontline Solutions that capacity-building partners, especially those that are Black, Indigenous, and people of color-owned, remain crucial to the sector
...what the philanthropic sector can learn from this crisis for the long-term…
- A blog post from Equity in the Center shares strategies for thinking long-term, even during a crisis
- A recent webinar from Nonprofit Quarterly brought together human resources executives to discuss how organizations can remain committed to equity and support their staff during a time of crisis, a follow-up to the dialogue they recently hosted between foundation leaders about responding to COVID-19
- A blog post from Candid discusses how to learn from and advance disability inclusion going forward
- An op-ed from Nonprofit Quarterly calls on grantmakers to break their habit of restricting funding for good
- An op-ed from Third Wave Fund co-ED Ana Conner calls on big-money philanthropy to support grassroots Coronavirus relief
...and where philanthropy can and is already making an impact.
- A new toolkit from The Center for High Impact Philanthropy is designed for grantmakers who want to better understand how they can help during this time
- The IUPUI Women’s Philanthropy Institute’s Women Give 2020 report, New Forms of Giving in a Digital Age, explores the intersection of gender, technology, and giving at a time when technology is being used to give more than ever before.
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