Magic Cabinet Appoints Karen Toering as Director of Advocacy
Shifting from her role as Seattle Program Director, Toering will work closely with the Magic Cabinet leadership team, setting the intention to use its positional power and resources to strengthen advocacy within the sector and with non-profit partners and philanthropic partner networks.
Engagement Summary – Solano County
This report summarizes Magic Cabinet’s research and engagement in funding Solano County nonprofit organizations. In addition, we highlight opportunities, challenges, and recommendations for future philanthropic initiatives in Solano county as well as a framework for engagement for alike regions.
Let’s Stop the Destructive Practice of Focusing on the Needs of Donors Instead of Grantees
Read Magic Cabinet’s Letter to the Editor on The Chronicle of Philanthropy highlighting the need for philanthropy to fix its relationship with nonprofits.
In Response to the May/June 2020 Protests
Magic Cabinet Stands Against Police Brutality Magic Cabinet mourns the tragic murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Oscar Grant, Mario Woods, Che Taylor, Charleena Lyles, and every other American who senselessly and illegally lost their lives for being Black or Brown. We stand with all whose loved ones have been taken by the […]
The Magic Cabinet Manifesto
What if we opened our minds to a new type of philanthropy? One that opens doors for nonprofits to better resources and bigger networks, instead of donors just opening their wallets. One that opens the space for nonprofits to collaborate together and share their experiences, as opposed to working alone and straining their limited resources. […]