We are delighted to announce the appointment of two new senior members of staff, Avila Kilmurray and Wendy Richardson, who will be joining the GFCF in early 2014.
The Monitor Institute's What's Next for Community Philanthropy initiative aims to engage the U.S. community foundation field in thinking about the future of its model in a way that builds on past successes and explores new approaches – drawn from both domestic and global examples - for serving communities moving forward.
Calling all community foundations and community philanthropy organizations! Share your work and its effectiveness with a global audience through the Community Foundation Atlas!
As part of its contribution to the 100th anniversary of the community foundation movement in the United States, and with the generous support of the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, the Cleveland Foundation is collaborating with the Global Fund for Community Foundations (GFCF), the Worldwide Initiatives for Grantmaker Support (WINGS) and the Foundation Center to create a free, online Atlas -- the first of its kind -- that will detail the locations, resources, roles and measurable achievements of the world’s community foundations and community philanthropy organizations.