Global giving circles are on the rise! Take a trip around the globe to learn about how collective giving groups are making an impact in different parts of the world.
Sisterhood of Philanthropists Impacting Needs (SPIN) is a Denver-based giving circle committed to improving outcomes and opportunities for young girls and women facing oppression and marginalization.
Giving circles are breaking down barriers between those who give and those who receive, and centering Trust-based philanthropy practices can ensure those good intentions come to light.
“We are grateful to be a recipient of the Kellogg Foundation’s $1 million grant over the next two years. This grant will advance Philanthropy Together’s work to strengthen the giving circle movement by equipping everyday givers with the resources, research and training needed to align their grantmaking with equitable and social justice values and practices,” said Philanthropy Together’s Executive Director Sara Lomelin.
The Excellence of Black Philanthropy: Celebrating the Legacy of Charitable Giving Within Black Communities
The Excellence of Black Philanthropy is a lively panel discussion with Black philanthropy leaders held during the inaugural We Give Summit. Read on for a recap of this discussion.
Check out this list of nonprofits advocating for disability rights in communities around the United States.
Newly launched Impact 100 NYC, an affiliate of Philanos, brought together nearly 150 women in its first year to deliver much-needed funds to NYC’s people and communities.
Pride Month is celebrated annually in June to honor LGBTQIA2+ history, celebrate the progress toward equality, and call attention to the experiences of the LGBTQIA2+ community. Here are 20 LGBTQ-led nonprofits your giving circle can support this June and beyond.
Racial Equity Community of Practice: Taking Actionable Steps Toward Racial Equity in the Giving Circle Field
Our Racial Equity Community of Practice launched in 2020, in partnership with Community Investment Network and CommunityBuild Ventures, convening giving circle leaders looking to deepen their commitment and practice of racial equity through webinars and small group discussions.
Honeycomb, formerly Jewish Teen Funders Network, introduces teens to collective philanthropy and becoming lifelong philanthropists.