In Rural Communities, COVID-19 Increases Healthy Development Challenges for Children of Color

Protecting the rising generation of rural children of color will depend on rapid, expansive action by stakeholders across policy and nonprofit sectors.

How Philanthropy Can (and Can’t) Help Prevent Evictions during the Pandemic

Philanthropy can’t replace the public sector in providing sorely needed rent relief, but it can play a critical role in preventing evictions and stabilizing housing.

COVID-19’s Disproportionate Effects on Children of Color Will Challenge the Next Generation

Rapid and expansive cross-sector action could help narrow the racial and ethnic disparities among young people.

How Philanthropy Can Partner with Government to Meet Critical Needs during COVID-19

Although philanthropy cannot replace an effective and assertive government response, it can enhance it.

Six Questions to Guide Your Pandemic Charitable Giving

If you are in a position to give, here are six questions to consider as you think about which charities to support.

How COVID-19 is Accelerating Civil Legal System Reform

Well before the COVID-19 crisis, the civil legal system was inaccessible and unfair to millions of people, particularly those with low incomes.

To Support Vulnerable Communities, Foundations and Donors Should Consider Impact Investments

Impact investments will increase the amount and diversify the type of private financial capital available to help struggling nonprofits, businesses, and neighbors.

Health Philanthropy Will Play a Critical Role in Responding to COVID-19

Philanthropy can help address vulnerabilities and support the health and recovery of communities in the short and long term.

Three Ways Philanthropy Can Help Preserve African American Culture

Social movements can catalyze philanthropy to support Black arts and cultural institutions.

More Diversity, More Opportunity? A Q&A with Faith Mitchell

Mitchell is the former CEO of Grantmakers In Health, the nation’s largest association of health funders.