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Anne Yoon, The Giving Practice | ... materials, do you also ignore? Perhaps there’s also a large storage closet you never knew about, never received the keys to, or are ... Northwest's consulting team. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org . The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Our Workplace ... more »
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Our Resources library offers a curated list of more than 100 reports, ... region, state-by-state trends and more! Ask the Right Questions: A Toolkit for Funder Groups Working on Public Policy How ... more »
... Microsoft Alumni Foundation's 2015 Integral Fellow , wrote a report this year on " Re-Constructing Philanthropy From the Outside-In ." ... other. "If we want to produce more of the change our resources are capable of achieving," he writes, "we need to reconstruct our ... more »
... Philanthropy and Impact Investing . Here are 10 resources released in 2016 with enduring value for a range of philanthropy and nonprofit practitioners in the Northwest and ... more »
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... we know this. Yet many of us feel zero efficacy to have a tangible impact on the economic state of our country. There is ... at the Raikes Foundation . They would, given unlimited resources, fundamentally shift outcomes for the most disconnected in our ... more »
Mark Sedway, Senior Partner, The Giving Practice | ... designed to look at single slices of time, where things are right now rather than where they’ve been and where they’re headed. To help ... to do an evolutions exercise that has helped our clients get a big-picture perspective on their work. The steps are straightforward. First, ... more »
... AND THE 2020 CENSUS Philanthropy Northwest supports a robust and accurate census count, and actively calls upon state and federal ... “hard-to-count” (HTC) communities, see the following resources: Census Counts 2020's hub of fact sheets about specific HTC ...
... and human services were top priority areas, capturing a combined 50% of grant dollars to the state.
Lisa Galaites, Talent Partner and Board Liaison | ... I loved the addition of innovation because it created a sense of urgency and motivation to building an inclusive and diverse ... claims that Maslow’s hierarchy of needs is not in the right order. A sense of belongingness (Maslow’s “social” tier) is even ... more »
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Se-ah-dom Edmo, Guest Contributor, MRG Foundation | In January, just about a month into my new role as Executive Director here at MRG, it was my honor to facilitate a panel requested by staff and leadership of the Affiliated Tribes of ... more »
Ankita Patel | ... government, support the role of foundations as stewards of resources for the public good and the health and vitality of communities, and ... fulfill its role in strengthening communities and sustaining a thriving democracy. As a part of this vision, Philanthropy Northwest and ... more »
... to strengthening Washington's nonprofit sector through a Statewide Capacity Collaborative partnered with CompassPoint to ask ... challenges while also struggling with limited organizational resources. Therefore, the foundation funds multi-year general operating grants ... more »
... an effort to help affinity groups use policy engagement as a strategy to achieve shared program goals. The most common answer we’ve heard: you need to ask the right questions. Public policy work is hard. Collaborative work is hard. Add ...
... be resource constrained and not have the capacity to conduct a robust analysis. Data can be unreliable or unavailable. And differences in ... Progress is not going to happen in a straight line, let alone in one year if you’re supporting community and systems change. ... more »