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Education, Character

Fertile Ground for Philanthropy: Social and Emotional Learning in Out-of-School Time

Fertile Ground for Philanthropy: Social and Emotional Learning in Out-of-School Time

Rebecca Goldberg writes about opportunities for grantmakers to positively influence adult practices that support social and emotional learning for young people.

Exits, Effectiveness

Keeping What Counts: Should Limited-life Foundations Create Archives?

Keeping What Counts: Should Limited-life Foundations Create Archives?

A new essay examines what foundations leave behind when they close, and the benefits and challenges of establishing various types of archives.

Effectiveness

Working with Consultants Series

Working with Consultants Series

This collection of resources can help any nonprofit or grantmaker engage the right consultant to match its need, budget, and work style.

Capital Grants, Effectiveness

Building Impact: Tools for Making Good Capital Grants

Building Impact: Tools for Making Good Capital Grants

New tools equip grantmakers to avoid pitfalls and help nonprofits achieve the full potential that is inherent in new buildings and renovations.

Education, Character

Character Development: Connecting Peers to Improve Practice

Character Development: Connecting Peers to Improve Practice

The Foundation is supporting national youth development leaders to promote deeper understanding of the value and practice of building character.

Foundation, Resiliency, President's Updates

Resiliency: Why It Matters, How Nonprofits and Funders Can Build It

Resiliency: Why It Matters, How Nonprofits and Funders Can Build It

Lauren B. Dachs writes about the Foundation’s commitment to building organizational capacity.