In this issue of GEOAsks, we talk to Elizabeth Christopherson, president and chief executive officer, to learn about how the foundation has shifted to an approach that focuses on engaging grantees, peer grantmakers and beneficiaries.
How the Wells Fargo Regional Foundation, which has been addressing the needs of low-income neighborhoods in New Jersey, Delaware and eastern Pennsylvania for nearly a decade, is using evaluation to help grantees grow their impact and to change the way community development funding operates.
How the Southwest Florida Community Foundation, which has supported the communities of Lee, Charlotte, Collier, Glades, and Hendry counties for nearly four decades, creates meaningful and progressive change through a collaboration and engagement model called Tribal Alchemy.
In this issue of GEOAsks we talk to Anne Sherman, vice president of nonprofit strategy at Growth Philanthropy Network to learn more about their funder Working Groups and the challenges and opportunities that come with working collaboratively.
The Peter and Elizabeth C. Tower Foundation, a family foundation working to improve the lives of young people in Western New York and Eastern Massachusetts, is reaping the benefits of creating deep relationships with community members.