We are pleased to announce four grants approved by The James Irvine Foundation Board of Directors to support efforts to reunite and advocate for the families being separated and imprisoned for seeking refuge in the United States.
Last month, Kelley D. Gulley attended the Fund for Shared Insight Listen for Good Gathering in Houston, Texas. There were more than 400 attendees, including 160 nonprofit partners and 30 funding organizations from across the country — all committed to using feedback loops to better serve those we seek to help.
The problems philanthropy aims to solve are far bigger than we can address by scaling even the most effective nonprofits. Social sector funders must look to public sector and for-profit partners to scale solutions.
While FCCP member funders are often supporting power building and equity work in communities, we are now turning that lens inward to assess and positively change our institutions in ways that better support the field.