A recent Gallup survey sheds light on Gen Z attitudes and exposure to STEM education, and how donors can factor this information into their giving decisions.
In a new book, Seth Kaplan provides donors with a useful road map for supporting the men and women working to rebuild communities through a “sideways approach” to building relationships.
Here’s a career education framework spanning early childhood to high school that donors can use to guide their financial support for these programs.
A report from Grantmakers for Education provides insight into the direction that grantmaker giving is trending.
Here’s how donors can foster the upward mobility of young people and strengthen the institutions of civil society by supporting career pathway education and training programs.
Third places are necessary for our individual and civic health. If we want to rebuild our social fabric, that should guide our giving habits.
“Third places” suffered greatly during the pandemic, and we suffered for their absence in our daily lives.
Local philanthropies and donors can play a lead role in marshaling others in their communities to lead an effort to respond to this tragic situation. Here are five ways to help children who have lost a parent or caregiver to COVID-19.
Post-pandemic K-12 philanthropy should focus on families and communities.
Reflecting on the Covid-19 pandemic and the new struggles it posed for driving change in educational environments helped us to identify several ways to improve our K-12 philanthropy—especially by attending to the specific needs of local communities.