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Webinar: After Harvey and Irma: Specific Challenges Facing Immigrants and Refugees

Sep 2017
Monday, September 18, 2017 -
12:30pm to 2:00pm

Presented in partnership with the Center for Disaster Philanthropy and Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees (GCIR), Philanthropy Southwest is pleased to announce this upcoming webinar: After Harvey and Irma: Specific Challeng

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Philanthropy Southwest's 2016 Giving Study

Philanthropy Southwest's 2016 Giving Study provides everyone in the field - charitable organizations to funders and donors, and state and national leaders - a comprehensive and detailed look at foundations' giving in the seven-state region.

2016 Giving Study of Private and Community Foundations

Philanthropy Southwest's 2016 Giving Study provides a comprehensive and detailed look at philanthropic giving in the southwestern United States. The study details charitable giving, foundations assets, societal issues supported, the increasing number of new foundations and more for private, community and health conversion foundations int he region, with breakout data proveded for each state. This biennial study provides a detailed map that can help like minded philanthropies to connect, learn from one another, and significantly advance thier combined efforts to address challenging societal...

"Billion Dollar Bets" to Create Economic Opportunity for Every American (Bridgespan)

The American Dream—the notion that if you "work hard and play by the rules," you will improve your lot in life—has become impossible for Americans to achieve. Drawing from an extensive research base—as well as dozens of interviews with experts and practitioners and the diverse perspectives of an advisory board—a Bridgespan team embarked on an effort to map out "what matters most" to increase upward economic mobility for millions of low-income Americans. They framed their research around this question: "How could a philanthropic investment of $1 billion dramatically increase upward social mobility for low-income individuals and families?"
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