Garland Yates, Community Democracy Workshop | ... through building the strongest possible organization. A Foundation for Successful Community Democracy At Community ... tenets of successful community organizing that forms the foundation for successful community democracy practice. We ... more »
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Join business and community leaders to learn more about the Opportunity Zone initiative and gain practical advice and the latest information on how to use this new tax incentive to invest in rural, urban, and Tribal communities.
... on policy advocacy. This four-part series is designed for foundation staff and trustees who want to build their ... has been redesigned and refreshed to be relevant for foundation staff and trustees who want to review the course ...
... in a medical setting allows health professionals and the family to learn what caused a patient’s death. Everyone ... more »
... years ago, it fell to a friend of mine to reorganize her family’s trust fund. The first thing she did was to work ... more »
... transitions: Building Changes , which works to reduce family and youth homelessness in Washington, will be helmed ... more »
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The Race Matters Institute helps nonprofits, government units, community organizations and philanthropies develop policies and programs to achieve more diverse, equitable and inclusive results.
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.