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... permanent IRA charitable rollover and simplifies the private foundation excise tax) and the recent release of IRS Form 1023-EZ. Thinking ... more »
The Race Matters Institute helps nonprofits, government units, community organizations and philanthropies develop policies and programs to achieve more diverse, equitable and inclusive results.
SkillUp Washington would like to invite you to join them for a thoughtful Lunch and Learn from 12 to 1:30pm on July 15th. Jan Yoshiwara, Deputy Executive Director of Education from the State Board of Community and Technical Colleges, will be leading the discussion on the newly released Washington population and employment data for 2010-2030. She will be specifically discussing population trends, projections and implications for community and technical college participation.
... to school spirit and emphasizing the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation's U.S. education program area , Bill Gates shares a "big ... more »
Wars and violence in Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Central America and elsewhere across the globe have driven a record-high 60 million people from their homes. Join this webinar, presented by Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees, to learn how philanthropy can respond — in the U.S. and internationally — to address the needs of the millions of men, women, and children who have been forced from their homes.
In cities across the nation, a few enjoy rising affluence while many struggle to get by. This situation is created in part by the practices of traditional economic development. Current trends threaten to worsen, unless we can answer the design challenge before us. Can we create an economic system — beginning at the local level — that builds the wealth and prosperity of everyone? The 20 cities profiled in this new Democracy Collaborative report include Portland, Oregon, and Seattle.
When disaster strikes, communities look to organized philanthropy and government grantmakers for help. more »