Stories & Updates

Amber Banks of Decolonizing Wealth Project shares insight on the organization's reparative philanthropy model and recent expansion into the Global South.

As a foundation that's deeply committed to resourcing smaller, community-led organizations, we're thrilled to partner with Seattle nonprofit Rooted in Vibrant Communities (RVC) to launch three fiscally-sponsored cohorts this spring.

With $68 trillion in assets on the line, young philanthropists are shifting wealth and power by embracing new, participatory approaches to grantmaking.

Community land banks are on the rise in Puerto Rico, employing a new approach to help communities acquire affordable and accessible housing across the archipelago.

Of the many benefits we’ve seen from our Cohort Model, there’s one unique aspect that defines its success: nonprofits resourcing each other to build stronger organizations through collaboration and connection.

A new survey on fiscal sponsorship explores the current state and future state of the field, including opportunities to introduce greater equity to the model.