Funders Gather to Deepen Personal, Institutional Commitments to Racial Equity
Seven ways the philanthropic sector can advance work in Native communities
On May 28-30, leaders from U.S. foundations gathered for a one-day intensive on racial equity in philanthropy and for the Embedding Equity Community of Practice (EECoP), which centers racial equity as core to systems change and facilitates longer-term transformation across environmental philanthropy.
Organization spotlight: William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
During our recent Inclusive Funding Strategies Webinar, Raymond Foxworth, of the First Nations Development Institute, shared seven tips for the philanthropic sector to work more effectively with Native communities.
Three lessons from our March Community of Practice gathering
In our recent Inclusive Funding Strategies webinar, staff members from the Hewlett Foundation shared about how they are advancing their diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) strategy.
Hewlett Foundation's Marilyn Waite on the Green New Deal
The second cohort of our Embedding Equity Community of Practice (EECoP) gathered earlier this month in Portland, Oregon for some pretty tough conversations around race and equity in environmental philanthropy.
The Hewlett Foundation’s Marilyn Waite provides insight on why the Green New Deal needs a new name.