One of the biggest challenges to growth is our pain around issues involving money. These resources can help shift your approach and mindset around traditional fundraising activities.
It’s time we fundraise in a way that doesn’t uphold white moderation and white supremacy
How to wrestle with the fact that the current development model of fundraising is a form of white-moderation designed to help white people feel good about themselves and thus maintain the status quo.
Donors of Color
Create a joyful community, build power and make impact.
Funders for Justice
A national network of funders increasing resources to grassroots organizations addressing the intersection of racial justice, gender justice, community safety, and criminalization.
The Water of Systems Change by John Kania, Mark Kramer, Peter Senge
Advance equity by shifting the conditions that hold a problem in place.
Learn how to ground your fundraising in racial justice, equity and social justice centering the communities you serve.
Fundraising for Social Change
Discover how to build, maintain and expand an individual donor program.
Grassroots Institute for Fundraising Training
Learn about training, resources, and analysis around strengthen organizations.
Resources from GEO
From publications to toolkits, GEO’s resources lift up experiences from your peers to help you turn knowledge into action. GEO is a community of funders committed to transforming philanthropic culture and practice by connecting members to needed resources and relationships.
Publications from NCPR
Check out various publications from NCPR, which uses research to help the philanthropic community provide nonprofit organizations with essential resources and opportunities.
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