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  • How to Reduce Human Suffering: 3 Lessons From a Seminal Public Health Study

    October 16, 20201:56 PM ET NURITH AIZENMAN A seaside scene in Indonesia. As countries like Indonesia move up the income ladder, some health conditions improve — but new threats, like non-communicable diseases, loom large.Tommy Trenchard for NPR What are the biggest drivers of human suffering? Every year an international team


    On November 10th, 12 noon -1:15 PM, the AFPSEWI chapter will bring you an important discussion on Philanthropy's Role in Advancing Equity, Inclusion, and Systemic Change. The discussion will be moderated by Christopher Boston, Senior Pastor, Lamb of God Missionary Baptist Church. Our panelists include Ellen Gilligan, CEO of the Greater Milwaukee

  • Community-Centric Youth Philanthropy

    A Case Study of Greater Worcester Community Foundation’s Youth for Community Improvement Program To read this report, click here.

  • Fox Valley COVID-19 Community Response Fund Grants Additional $100,732 to 11 Nonprofit Organizations

    Grants From The COVID-19 Community Response Fund The COVID-19 Community Response Fund was established by the Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region and United Way Fox Cities, with additional generous donations from the community. Needs continue to be critical. Donate to the fund now. Currently grants are focused on the Fox

  • North Central Wisconsin Month of Giving

    The Community Foundation of North Central Wisconsin is hosting its first-ever “Month of Giving” by introducing the COVID-19 Impact Catalog to support local nonprofit agencies. Visit the site here.

  • We’re All In Small Business Grant – Phase 2

    WE’RE ALL IN SMALL BUSINESS GRANT – PHASE 2 The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation’s (WEDC’s) We’re All In Small Business Grant Program provided much-needed financial assistance to thousands of Wisconsin small businesses affected by COVID-19. Despite the infusion of federal Coronavirus Aid, Relieve, and Economic Security (CARES) Act funds administered by WEDC

  • On the Table 2020: WE GIVE: A Focus on Black and Brown Philanthropy

    On the Table MKE 2020 is a three-day virtual event featuring keynote speakers and a thread of curated conversations for you to join. About this Event As the demography of America changes, the face of philanthropy is changing along with it. Join us in this engaging conversation to discuss the

  • Civic Engagement Infrastructure & Ecosystems

    History, Strategies, Typology More than ever, robust civic engagement is critical to ensuring we live in a just and equitable society. FCCP has produced a report to provide an introduction to the space and give greater context through a typology of the civic engagement ecosystem. To read more, click here.

  • Policies for Action: Research to Advance Racial Equity and Racial Justice

    As our country faces the disproportionate effects of COVID-19 on communities of color and continued anti-Black violence, we can no longer ignore the profound and enduring effects of racism in federal, state and local policies on the health and wellbeing of marginalized and racialized groups. Boundless evidence exists examining the

  • The Case for Funding Black-Led Social Change

    Redlining by Another Name:What the Data Says to Movefrom Rhetoric to Action By: Emergent Pathways, LLC prepared for ABFE:A Philanthropic Partnership for Black Communities To read this report, click here.