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Philanthropy Experts Discuss the New Landscape of Giving at Carnegie Medal Announcementthirdeyetherapy

Thu, 22 Jun 2017 14:15:31 +0000

David Callahan, editor and publisher of Inside Philanthropy, will participate in a forum at the 2017 Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy honorees announcement today. The forum is entitled A New Landscape of Giving: Power, Policy, and Philanthropy and will also include Boston Globe investigative reporter Sacha Pfeiffer and Karl Zinsmeister, vice president of publications, The Philanthropy Roundtable, as… […](image)


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Livestream Today: Ellevate Network Summit on Mobilizing the Power of Women – Philanthropy Womenthirdeyetherapy

Wed, 21 Jun 2017 12:54:36 +0000

One of the things I love about Ellevate is the way they are bringing together authority, autonomy, and agency in order to grow gender equality movements. Sallie Krawcheck comes with the authority in finance, she has now launched Ellevate which gives her vision more autonomy, and today Ellevate is taking a big step to increase… […](image)


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Is It Possible? Accenture Commits to Full Gender Balance by 2025 – Philanthropy Womenthirdeyetherapy

Tue, 20 Jun 2017 19:47:43 +0000

Accenture, a professional services corporation which has studied and made public its own employee demographics, plans to reach 40% female employment by 2020. In addition, the corporation recently announced a new goal for total gender parity in its workforce by 2025. But is it possible? Studies that peg the gender ratios for corporate boards predict… […](image)


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Bloomberg and Partners Support Philanthropy Strategy Aimed at Female Coffee Farmers – Philanthropy Womenthirdeyetherapy

Tue, 20 Jun 2017 19:46:19 +0000

An article from Barista Magazine brings good news for women and coffee aficionados worldwide: the launching of a new program aimed at improving coffee quality and productivity for female farmers in Colombia. The new program is a partnership of Strauss Coffee, Sustainable Harvest and the Relationship Coffee Institute. From the article:  A lot of things make coffee… […](image)


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A New Philanthropy Hub Launches. How Will It Involve Women’s Philanthropy? – Philanthropy Womenthirdeyetherapy

Mon, 12 Jun 2017 11:09:45 +0000

Recently, I got an email from Stephanie Gillis, Senior Advisor at the Raikes Foundation, wanting to “explore potential synergies” with the work we are doing at Philanthropy Women. Naturally, I was eager to do so, and soon learned about Givingcompass.org, a new team effort of several foundations and nonprofits, aimed at drawing on the chops… […](image)


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Video: Grantmakers for Girls of Color Convened 125 Funders – Philanthropy Womenthirdeyetherapy

Thu, 08 Jun 2017 14:02:37 +0000

Today, Grantmakers for Girls of Color will hold its second annual convening, with more than 125 funders meeting in New York for a day-long dialogue about girls of color and safety. Grantmakers for Girls of Color (GGOC) is an unprecedented collaboration of philanthropic funders that are particularly focused on challenges faced by girls of color.… […](image)


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New Initiatives Launch in DC and Beyond for Women and Girls of Colorthirdeyetherapy

Wed, 07 Jun 2017 18:43:04 +0000

“We have been very intentional to make sure that organizations that are connected to communities and girls of color are at the table,” said C. Nicole Mason, Ph.D., Vice President of Programs for the Washington Area Women’s Foundation (WAWF), when talking with Philanthropy Women recently about the launch of the Young Women’s Initiative (YWI). This… […](image)


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Business Gears Up for Global Goals, But Trump Bails on Sustainable Developmentthirdeyetherapy

Mon, 05 Jun 2017 18:53:49 +0000

Because of the importance of addressing climate change for women worldwide (as well as for all other manner of human and other species), it is important to take note of the economic activity that other countries are poised to engage in as a result of the Paris Accord. It’s also important to note how the… […](image)


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Which Countries are Top Funders for Gender Equality? And Will #1 Keep Its Spot? thirdeyetherapy

Thu, 01 Jun 2017 13:48:31 +0000

Another day, another fascinating report on the status of gender equality philanthropy. Today I came across the report, Aid in Support of Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment, and read about how the United States stacks up against other Development Assistance Committee (DAC) member nations in terms of funding gender equality. The data shows that as… […](image)


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This Law Scholar Wants More Funding for Women and Girls of Color thirdeyetherapy

Tue, 30 May 2017 19:49:18 +0000

I have spent the past few years observing, writing about, and getting more involved in the world of women’s philanthropy. During that time, multiple experts have referred to the work of Kimberlé Crenshaw as being essential to the changes we now see going on in philanthropy, with more efforts to apply both a gender and race… […](image)


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