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  • 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.

  • Back to the Future: Why Philanthropies Should (Re)turn to CDFIs to Support an Equitable Recovery from COVID-19

    Summary Many community development financial institutions (CDFIs) are playing a critical role in enabling low-income communities and communities of color to weather the economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic. Philanthropists can support CDFIs through program-related investments and grants to deliver a more equitable economic response and recovery. Multiple months into

  • Beyond the Grant: Foundations as Impact Investors

    Summary Philanthropy can bring its whole self to work with an impact investing mindset that expands horizons beyond grantmaking alone. Imagine what more foundations could achieve—from community development, to racial equity, to climate change mitigation—by supplying loans, loan guarantees, and equity investments for social good. Executive Summary The rapid growth

  • Gov. Tony Evers issues new COVID-19 emergency order, extends statewide mask mandate

    Mitchell Schmidt | Wisconsin State Journal With positive COVID-19 cases surging in college towns across the state, Gov. Tony Evers has extended the statewide mask mandate through late November. Evers announced on Tuesday the new mask mandate — along with the governor's third public health emergency — in an effort to


    [WAUSAU, WI, September, 2020] — The Community Foundation of North Central Wisconsin’s board of directors is pleased to announce that it has named Tim Parker as its new President/CEO effective October 2020. Parker, being an energetic entrepreneur and global business leader, brings a wealth of leadership experience and a passion

  • MPS Foundation raising $1 million for student, teacher tech support

    By Lauren Anderson -Sep 15, 2020 11:10 am The Milwaukee Public Schools Foundation, Inc. is launching the second $1 million phase of its #ConnectMilwaukee campaign to provide tech support for student families and teachers.  To meet the needs of more than 75,000 students and 5,000 teachers, the foundation said it’s focused on funding more

  • Imagine Fox Cities – Keep The Conversation Going About Antiracism, Belonging And Community

    Posted on Sep 17, 2020, by Catherine Stern Imagine Fox Cities was created in 2018 in an effort to shape a community vision that guides actions and decisions that advance the well-being of all who call the Fox Cities home. Imagine Fox Cities is eager to engage new leaders and voices and maintain