A new article shows how applying a trust-based philanthropy lens helps funders capture the full impact of grants, describes how bi3 evaluates initiatives, and how building funder-grantee relationships grounded in power-sharing, transparency, and mutual accountability helps achieve greater impact.
The Dorothy A. Johnson Center on Philanthropy at Grand Valley State University has released a competency model for foundation program officers.
Health foundations are increasingly recognizing that their mission is not simply to award grants to deserving nonprofit organizations, but rather to play a catalytic role in improving the conditions that influence health, especially at a population level.
This GIH Issue Focus answers common questions about strategic initiatives and provides examples to highlight the wide variety of health grantmaking being conducted through these initiatives.
This GIH Issue Focus recaps a preconference session at the GIH Annual Meeting, in which Sue Bunting (Foundation for Seacoast Health), Ed Meehan (The Dorothy Rider Pool Health Care Trust), and Patricia O’Connor (The Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati) addressed the role of foundations in communities.