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Is Grantmaking Getting Smarter?

A new report says grantmakers are doing a good job creating resilience among nonprofits, but still fall short when it comes to backing collaboration among grantees. [More...]
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Avoiding Avoidance: Managing Conflict in Family Philanthropy

Avoiding conflicts might keep the status quo for the moment, but it ultimately stifles the growth of both the individual and family relationships; the stakes are even higher for families who work together in a foundation setting. [More...]
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Setting the Stage for Grantees to Be Transparent With Each Other

A foundation executive writes that while funders can offer excellent suggestions to grantees based on what they see in the field, their perspective can’t compare to the cohesive and energizing nature of providing a group of cohorts a sacred space to share, vent, and collaborate. [More...]
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This Thanksgiving, Foster an Attitude of Gratitude

As we get closer to Thanksgiving, Jewish Teen Funders Network Director Stefanie Zelkind writes about how we can foster a culture of gratitude year-round. [More...]
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The End of Excuses for Day School Funding

Numbers suggest that many more American Jews would opt for a community day-school education if they could even remotely afford it, so writer Liel Liebovitz argues now is the the time for Jewish philanthropists to step up and realign their commitments and budgets. [More...]