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Prioritizing philanthropy can help the Biden-Harris administration balance advancing racial equity and accomplishing aligned policy objectives.
Generative civil justice eliminates inequalities by creating accessible supports that give people what they need, when they need it, in a format they can use to resolve their issues.
Unlike large, private funders, many smaller, public foundations have historically included community members, former grantees, and individual donors in their decision making processes.
Nonprofits can use behavioral science insights as a low-cost way to improve service delivery.
"Cancel rent no evictions" sign hangs from apartment building
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.
Although philanthropy cannot replace an effective and assertive government response, it can enhance it.
If you are in a position to give, here are six questions to consider as you think about which charities to support.
Well before the COVID-19 crisis, the civil legal system was inaccessible and unfair to millions of people, particularly those with low incomes.
Impact investments will increase the amount and diversify the type of private financial capital available to help struggling nonprofits, businesses, and neighbors.
Philanthropy can help address vulnerabilities and support the health and recovery of communities in the short and long term.

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