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Resource Mobilization

Philanthropy Always Sounds Like Someone Else

The Donors of Color Network has released a fascinating new report, Philanthropy Always Sounds Like Someone Else: A Portrait of High Net Worth Donors of Color.

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Resource Mobilization

Report Maps the Philanthropy of Millionaire Donors of Color

For those without time to examine the report or its executive summary, Nonprofit Quarterly has curated some key data points from Philanthropy Always Sounds Like Someone Else.

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Resource Mobilization

Wealthy Donors of Color Talk About What Motivates Their Giving

Writing for the Chronicle of Philanthropy, Emily Haynes writes about what motivates wealthy donors of color. 

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Resource Mobilization

Wikimedia Foundation stops accepting cryptocurrency donations

Philanthropy News Digest reports that the Wikimedia Foundation has stopped accepting cryptocurrency donations due to various factors.

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Race

Funding for Racial Equity

In partnership with the Philanthropic Initiative for Racial Equity, Candid has curated an expansive collection of useful racial equity data.

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Resource Mobilization

How Anonymous Giving Can Uphold White Supremacy

Writing for Community-Centric Fundraising, Elisa Shoenberger discusses the risks of accepting donations from completely anonymous sources.

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Race

How Prospect Research Can Help Nonprofits Become Less Racist

Elisa Shoenberger writes about prospect research, what it can do for your organization, and the philanthropic misconception that people of color do not have wealth.

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Wellness

Is Philanthropy for Mental Health Still in the Shadows?

Alliance magazine convened an expert panel around the topic of mental health philanthropy and provided a full recording of the event.

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Leadership

What a Nonprofit Advisory Board Does (& How to Form One)

Mary Gormandy White presents more information on nonprofit advisory boards, with relevant real-world examples from existing organizations.

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