Building Philanthropy In Diverse Communities

Advancing diversity and equity in philanthropy also entails advancing philanthropy driven by underserved communities themselves, through vehicles such as giving circles, funding collaboratives, and public funds.

Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy’s National Giving Circles Networkis supporting and connecting a group of giving circles rooted in AAPI communities. Download the Giving Circle Best Practices toolkit.

The directoryof the Women’s Funding Network offers a gateway to its network of more than 120 women’s funds and foundations around the globe.

Funders for LGBTQ Issues has a directory of LGBTQ-focused community foundations and public fundsacross the U.S.

HIPGiveis Hispanics in Philanthropy’s online platform for fundraising for Latino-led nonprofit organizations and projects.

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s Cultures of Givingreport provides an overview of identity-based philanthropic vehicles, including lessons learned for building successful giving circles and funds rooted in communities of color.

Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy highlights the transformational importance of Giving Circlesin their webinar.

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