National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP)

National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP) Challenging Grantmakers to Strengthen Communities Since 1976, NCRP has used research and advocacy to urge the philanthropic community to provide nonprofit organizations with essential resources and opportunities to effectively serve disadvantaged and disenfranchised populations and communities.
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HAPPENING TODAY!Have you marched, written letters, and made phone calls in order to show care and concern for your neigh...
06/28/2021
June 28: Maryland Philanthropy Teach-In

HAPPENING TODAY!

Have you marched, written letters, and made phone calls in order to show care and concern for your neighbors? Are you thinking about how you can continue learning about equity and looking for what’s next?

Join National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP) at 7:00 PM for our virtual #PhilanthropyTeachIn to learn how you can continue to support equity efforts by better understanding an influential sector that helps direct billions of grant dollars into local communities around the country.

Register here: bit.ly/3ieOa4Z

06/19/2021

This #Juneteenth, we celebrate the emancipation of Black Americans and acknowledge that the struggle for freedom and justice for Black Americans has yet to be fulfilled. We must continue fighting for racial justice and continue working towards achieving racial equity.

2021 is National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP)'s 45th anniversary! Do you have a favorite NCRP accomplish...
06/18/2021
Responsive Philanthropy June 2021 - National Committee For Responsive Philanthropy

2021 is National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP)'s 45th anniversary! Do you have a favorite NCRP accomplishment or an idea for how philanthropy should look in the future? Let us know! https://bit.ly/3z6tp1r #philanthropy

In this issue of Responsive Philanthropy, we look back at the most important accomplishments of NCRP’s first 45 years and look forward to how philanthropy can be better both in the near-future and another 45 years from now.

Calling on community leaders in #Maryland. Have you marched, written letters, and made phone calls in order to show care...
06/17/2021
June 28: Maryland Philanthropy Teach-In

Calling on community leaders in #Maryland. Have you marched, written letters, and made phone calls in order to show care and concern for your neighbors? Are you thinking about how you can continue learning about equity and looking for what’s next?

Join @NCRP’s virtual #PhilanthropyTeachIn Monday, 6/28 at 7:00 PM. Come and learn more about the dollars and resources that are going to #nonprofits in your area.

Register here: https://bit.ly/3ieOa4Z

Today, NCRP celebrates the announcement from the Brooklyn Community Foundation that going forward, they will ensure that...
06/17/2021
Hope – and action – grows in Brooklyn - National Committee For Responsive Philanthropy

Today, NCRP celebrates the announcement from the Brooklyn Community Foundation that going forward, they will ensure that "at least 30 percent of all grants--both in discretionary grantmaking and across Donor Advised Funds" to "explicitly benefit Black communities," with priority given to Black-led groups focused on systemic change. https://bit.ly/3iMVi8K

NCRP celebrates the announcement from the Brooklyn Community Foundation ensure that "at least 30 percent of all grants--both in discretionary grantmaking and across Donor Advised Funds" to "explicitly benefit Black communities."

"If philanthropy is to meet the challenges of our time and contribute toward a future where everyone can thrive, it will...
06/10/2021
What should philanthropy look like 45 years from now? - National Committee For Responsive Philanthropy

"If philanthropy is to meet the challenges of our time and contribute toward a future where everyone can thrive, it will be because we invest in efforts to shift who has the power to shape our policies, our economy, our institutions and our stories." — Dimple Abichandani, General Service Foundation https://bit.ly/34XIch1 #ResponsivePhilanthropy

What should philanthropy look like 45 years from now?

"Between 2003 and 2016, the median corporate foundation directed just 3.2% of its grantmaking to social justice — most o...
06/09/2021
Working with grassroots leaders has changed our foundation (and business) for the better - National Committee For Responsive Philanthropy

"Between 2003 and 2016, the median corporate foundation directed just 3.2% of its grantmaking to social justice — most of which was funneled to national nonprofits, not underfunded grassroots leaders." https://bit.ly/3coJGoI — Daniel Lee, Levi Strauss & Co #philanthropy

The COVID-19 pandemic, its disproportionate impact on Black and brown communities and the horrific murders of Black people that ignited protests last summer have laid bare the deep injustices that define this country.

Our 45th anniversary edition of Responsive Philanthropy is out!In this issue, we reflect on National Committee for Respo...
06/08/2021
Responsive Philanthropy June 2021 - National Committee For Responsive Philanthropy

Our 45th anniversary edition of Responsive Philanthropy is out!

In this issue, we reflect on National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP)'s accomplishments in its first 45 years and look forward to how #philanthropy can be better in the near-future and another 45 years from now.

Read more: https://bit.ly/3z6tp1r

In this issue of Responsive Philanthropy, we look back at the most important accomplishments of NCRP’s first 45 years and look forward to how philanthropy can be better both in the near-future and another 45 years from now.

“There is a really important role for Black-led groups to play. They will identify different solutions to the pressing p...
06/07/2021
A year later, racial reckoning yields uncertainty in giving

“There is a really important role for Black-led groups to play. They will identify different solutions to the pressing problems than non-Black-led organizations might. They have been underfunded for so long that I think it’s really important at this time to be identifying those organizations to move resources to them.” — Aaron Dorfman, NCRP https://bit.ly/3fJkivV

One year ago, as protesters filled America's streets demanding justice after George Floyd’s murder by police, corporations and major philanthropists pledged an outpouring of donations for racial equity causes.

Have you marched, written letters, and made phone calls in order to show care and concern for your neighbors? Are you th...
06/04/2021
June 28: Maryland Philanthropy Teach-In

Have you marched, written letters, and made phone calls in order to show care and concern for your neighbors? Are you thinking about how you can continue learning about equity and looking for what’s next?

Join National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP) for our “Philanthropy Teach-in” on June 28th to learn how you can continue to support equity efforts by better understanding an influential sector that helps direct billions of grant dollars into local communities around the country.

Register here: https://bit.ly/3ieOa4Z

National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP)'s President & CEO Aaron Dorfman and Research Director, Ryan Schleg...
06/03/2021
A year later, racial reckoning yields uncertainty in giving

National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP)'s President & CEO Aaron Dorfman and Research Director, Ryan Schlegel discuss how money pledged and donated in the name of racial justice has been used so far, and share where donors should be directing their investments. AP, The Chronicle of Philanthropy https://bit.ly/3fJkivV

One year ago, as protesters filled America's streets demanding justice after George Floyd’s murder by police, corporations and major philanthropists pledged an outpouring of donations for racial equity causes.

"Holding funders to a new standard is a moral responsibility that we all need to get onboard with. If foundations are ju...
05/27/2021
I’m Not Afraid to Say It - Foundations Need to Do Better‎

"Holding funders to a new standard is a moral responsibility that we all need to get onboard with. If foundations are just going to keep cycling through drastic grantmaking shifts that destabilize movements every decade or so then clearly a far more radical approach is needed." — Santana Moreno, CFRE https://bit.ly/3yEUDvJ

By Santana Moreno, CFRE Recently, I became an official Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE), reaching an incredible professional achievement that proves my dedication to the career of resource generation and showcases an exceptional understanding of the standard donor-centered fundraising model. I...

Immigration is one of our most pressing issues impacting millions of families living in the U.S.  Hear the latest update...
05/24/2021
Immigrant Rights Briefing - May 2021

Immigration is one of our most pressing issues impacting millions of families living in the U.S. Hear the latest updates from Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights, a leading California organization in the movement. Learn how to advance a pro-immigrant agenda, build civic and political power, and lift vaccination and rapid legal services to reunite minors. Join this Thursday (5/27) and RSVP here: https://bit.ly/34cQj8Z

When: May 27, 2021 Time: 10 AM - 11 AM PST Where: Zoom invitation will be sent 1 day before the event. For more information contact Sharon Park at [email protected].

Social Venture Partners Cleveland's Emily T***a offers insight into the ways NCRP's Power Moves can be adapted by donor ...
05/18/2021
Understanding equity: A sit down with Social Venture Partners Cleveland - National Committee For Responsive Philanthropy

Social Venture Partners Cleveland's Emily T***a offers insight into the ways NCRP's Power Moves can be adapted by donor networks to inform and catalyze new approaches to giving with an equity lens. Read more: https://bit.ly/2T1QQs3 #Philanthropy

NCRP’s Power Moves team chatted recently with Emily T***a, manager of partner engagement and communications for Social Venture Partners (SVP) Cleveland. As NCRP expands its focus beyond grantmaking institutions to influence individual donors, SVP Cleveland’s story offers insight into the ways Po...

"For #philanthropy, curbing maternal mortality requires investment specifically in Black maternal health care and soluti...
05/17/2021
Honoring Mothers – in deeds, not just flowers – is a year-round effort - National Committee For Responsive Philanthropy

"For #philanthropy, curbing maternal mortality requires investment specifically in Black maternal health care and solutions that engage inequities undermining health outcomes for Black mothers and their babies." https://bit.ly/3fp31qq #InvestInReproAccess

Maybe a better celebration of Mother's Day would be public policy that directly serves the economic and social needs of caregivers?

Join Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees (GCIR) Wednesday, 5/19 for a discussion on "Immigrant Organizing...
05/13/2021
Immigrant Organizing and Power Building in the South

Join Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees (GCIR) Wednesday, 5/19 for a discussion on "Immigrant Organizing and Power Building in the South" featuring speakers from Southeast Immigrant Rights Network, and New Orleans Workers' Center for Racial Justice. Register here: https://bit.ly/2R8xDEE #InvestInImmigrants #Philanthropy

Join this discussion to learn more about how immigrants in states like Georgia are shaping their own future and the role philanthropy can play.

"We need to dismantle the endemic hoarding practices that predominate in #philanthropy and fully fund organizations and ...
05/12/2021
Low Pay and Poor Working Conditions Forced a Vital Nonprofit to Shut Down. I Was Complicit in Its Demise.

"We need to dismantle the endemic hoarding practices that predominate in #philanthropy and fully fund organizations and movements led by people of color." — Lisa Ranghelli, National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP), The Chronicle of Philanthropy https://bit.ly/3eGVXWX

Blinded by my class and race privilege, it never occurred to me to probe the organization’s salary structure more closely and provide the support its leaders needed to continue their important work.

NCRP is co-sponsoring Center for Disaster Philanthropy's webinar, Systemic Racism: Disasters Expose It – How Do We Addre...
05/11/2021
Humanitarian Crises Around the World - Center for Disaster Philanthropy

NCRP is co-sponsoring Center for Disaster Philanthropy's webinar, Systemic Racism: Disasters Expose It – How Do We Address It?, on May 13 at 2 p.m. ET. Join us to discuss how funders can support #equity in disaster recovery and beyond: Register: https://bit.ly/2Rm2yNa #CDP4Recovery #philanthropy

On Thursday, April 8, the Center for Disaster Philanthropy hosted a webinar to discuss ongoing complex humanitarian emergencies and share ways that funders can provide assistance.

We're co-sponsoring Center for Disaster Philanthropy's webinar, Systemic Racism: Disasters Expose It – How Do We Address...
05/03/2021
Humanitarian Crises Around the World - Center for Disaster Philanthropy

We're co-sponsoring Center for Disaster Philanthropy's webinar, Systemic Racism: Disasters Expose It – How Do We Address It?, on May 13 at 2 p.m. ET.

Join us to discuss how funders can support #equity in disaster recovery and beyond. Register here: https://bit.ly/2Rm2yNa #CDP4Recovery #philanthropy

On Thursday, April 8, the Center for Disaster Philanthropy hosted a webinar to discuss ongoing complex humanitarian emergencies and share ways that funders can provide assistance.

"Philanthropic investments of this type shouldn’t just fall under traditional arts and culture giving but should be part...
05/03/2021
With Philanthropic Support, Artists Can Help Rebuild American Democracy One Song at a Time

"Philanthropic investments of this type shouldn’t just fall under traditional arts and culture giving but should be part of a broader response to the current crisis in American democracy." — Eric Ward https://bit.ly/33a1UFj #Philanthropy

At a moment when society is so divided by authoritarian ideologies and partisan politics, it’s hard to find spaces of common ground. Cultural expression can create those spaces — particularly music.

"In a post-COVID world, funders have a unique opportunity to recreate the environments conducive to success by shifting ...
04/22/2021
How philanthropy can recover right from COVID-19 - National Committee For Responsive Philanthropy

"In a post-COVID world, funders have a unique opportunity to recreate the environments conducive to success by shifting how they do philanthropy." — Siobhan Davenport, Crittenton Services of Greater Washington https://bit.ly/3nb5yrw #philanthropy

In a post-COVID world, funders have a unique opportunity to recreate the environments conducive to success by shifting how they do philanthropy.

Happening today! Join the Four Freedoms Fund and Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees (GCIR) at 1 pm PDT f...
04/12/2021
Black Immigrant Leadership: Sustaining and Building Movements for Justice

Happening today! Join the Four Freedoms Fund and Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees (GCIR) at 1 pm PDT for a discussion with leaders from African Communities Together, Haitian Bridge Alliance, and Marguerite Casey Foundation and the release of a report with recommendations for #philanthropy. Register here: https://bit.ly/3qNf1GP

Join the Four Freedoms Fund and Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees for a discussion with leaders from these movements and the release of a report with recommendations for philanthropy.

Join Women's Funding Network 4/22 for a live virtual panel on “Shifting Power, Building Community, and Amplifying Latina...
04/09/2021
Welcome! You are invited to join a webinar: WFN and PODERISTAS: Shifting Power, Building Community, and Amplifying Latina Voices and Leadership. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the webinar.

Join Women's Funding Network 4/22 for a live virtual panel on “Shifting Power, Building Community, and Amplifying Latina Voices and Leadership”.

Meet the founders of Poderistas and hear about the organization's mission, goals, what they have done in their first phase and the exciting plans for the coming year and beyond.

Register here: https://bit.ly/3t7ogm9

Come meet the founders of PODERISTAS, the fastest growing and most influential and inclusive digital community for Latinas. Hear about the organization’s mission and goals, what they have done in their first phase and the exciting plans for the coming year and beyond.

We are proud to co-sponsor Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy - AAPIP's upcoming webinar, Seeking to Soar...
04/07/2021
(Webinar) Seeking to Soar: A Call for Collective Action | AAPIP

We are proud to co-sponsor Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy - AAPIP's upcoming webinar, Seeking to Soar: A Call for Collective Action.

In the midst of heightened anti-Asian violence, AAPIP released Seeking to Soar, a new report which revealed that foundation funding designated to AAPI communities makes up just 0.20% of total grantmaking dollars. Alongside over 700 philanthropic professionals and allies signing AAPIP’s Call for Solidarity and Collective Action, we hope to mobilize the philanthropic sector in support of all historically underserved communities of color, towards an inclusive democracy.

AAPIP’s new webinar, Seeking to Soar: A Call for Collective Action, will be held virtually via Zoom on Monday, April 19th from 10:00 am - 11:30 am PDT / 11:00 am - 12:30 pm MDT / 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm CDT / 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm EDT.

This webinar is open to professionals in grantmaking institutions or philanthropy-serving organizations only. RSVP HERE: https://bit.ly/39Siqxr - Zoom log-in details will be sent thereafter.

Mon, April 19, 2021 - 8:00am to 9:30am PT WebinarWe invite you to participate in AAPIP’s upcoming webinar, Seeking to Soar: A Call for Collective Action, on Monday, April 19th from 10:00 am - 11:30 am PDT / 11:00 am - 12:30 pm MDT / 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm CDT / 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm EDT. The recent anti-...

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I've been calling NCRP for a month. Out of all of the calls I made, someone answered twice. They took my email address and assured me that someone would be in contact with me. I haven't heard anything. How can I get help reporting a charitable organization for not responding when your organization does the same? I started contacting NCRP BEFORE the Co-vid crisis.
Hope ok to post. Count down to 2019! 🥳 🎆 1 day, 16 hours PT Consider giving $15 (=decent bottle 🍾) Or share if not a good time 2 give ❤️🙏 Efforts support inclusive & affordable housing 🌈🏡for LGBTQ seniors in NYC🗽& SF🌁 https://www.facebook.com/donate/689821668080905/?fundraiser_source=external_url
Hey guys.. I live here in Cullman, AL and am trying to teach my 8 year old twins that it is better to give than to receive. I'm trying to raise enough money to give 5 (or more) veterans a full-size Tempurpedic mattress this year. We want nothing more than to enable them to sleep comfortably. Is there any way you can help me share our campaign? Please, please let me know if you have any questions at all. My email is [email protected]. Thanks and God bless! https://www.gofundme.com/6e6uwag
If you are interested in fighting prejudice and expanding opportunity for marginalized people, this is the place! It's a free and uplifting gathering, no solicitations allowed. Plus, great session on intersectionality. Where else will you hear 5 speakers who are blind, 4 who use wheelchairs, plus many others with disabilities and superstar allies?
A Free $100,000 Credit Card That Will End All Poverty Please Contact the Bill & Malesia Gates Foundation On My Behave Bill & Malesia Gates Foundation Contact Link https://www.gatesfoundation.org/Who-We-Are/General-Information/Contact-Us Chester City Non-Profit Credit Card Program Chester, Pennsylvania 19013 610-329-0240 – fax: 610-872-2005 501(c) (3) Non-Profit ID#: 23-3059597 Confidential: The undersigned reader acknowledges that the information provided by, Chester City Non-Profit Collateral, /Kirk Tillery is confidential in every word of this and its related information. Therefore, the reader(s) agrees not to disclose, use, or discuss any and all of the enclosed information without the approval and written permission of, Chester City Non-Profit. Before reading this information in part or full, you are fully acknowledging or agreeing that you understand the above statements. Executive Summary: Please take a few minutes to read this important information, to get a better understanding of the positive work that we are doing here in the, City of Chester. Living by choice in one of the poorest cities in America, is a serious challenge which most people will never have to suffer through. Born and raised in Chester, life has dealt myself and many others a hand that gives us the courage to do the work that must be done, to make life a little better for its residents. We could move and hope for the best, but we refuse to do so without trying to change this city and the many cities like it, all across America. There is no easy way to do this hard work or to ask if you would find it in your heart to donate to the Chester Non-Profit Credit Card Programs first fund raiser… Concept/Description/Chester City: This system will create a return donation from any original collateral donor like the Bill & Malesia Gates Foundation, as well as end poverty in all improvised communities across America. We will create a special credit card that is distributed for free by a local bank or certified accounting firm that is located in or near this improvised city. This special credit card will be designed or limited to purchase only goods, services, and merchandise, from merchants within this particular city that has a population of 25,000 adult residents. Only long-term twenty year plus citizens and entrepreneurs will be the benefactors of these credit cards. Distribution: After finding a collateral donor who is willing to donate $100,000 per citizen or $25,000,000/50,000,000 of soon to be re-imbruted temporary donated funds, we can start the process of healing and ending poverty in the city of Chester perennially. The original donated collateral will be secured and never fully used and will be returned with interest, at the original donators request once the program is up and running. The key that makes this system full proof is that these credit cards can “only” be used to buy and sell merchandise in the city of Chester by the residents and the merchants. The merchants will add a slightly higher fee of 20% increase for each item sold in order to raise returnable donations to our original donator. Not only will this bring new startup businesses to the city, but it will spark the interest of corporate America/Wall Street once the system is in place and repeated by the original parties, every three months/quarter. This new system will also give a boost to the local improvised school district, increase tax revenues, citizens re-investing back into their communities, local college education for adults & kids, etc. This new type of revolving cash flow for improvised cities will also create a source of cash flow for any particular city that’s working within this same system. This collateral donation system will give Chester city and other improvised cities a sense of direction, as well as personal or induvial wealth advancements. This win, win, system will also make the original donor, merchant, and bank weather, as they start to have increased cash flow, every two months instead of three. As local merchants increase their inventory to high end products instead of selling low end products, these items will sell much faster as residents start small businesses in this city and will be able to afford these high end items. As the local residents and merchants make deposits into the local bank, their communities will also benefit from increase lines of credit, other types of donations, loans and etc... Business: After inventory and balance sheets are reviewed by the local certified accountant, a signed detailed agreement/contract with all local suppliers, groceries stores, gas stations, retardants, conveyance stores, repair shops, etc., will be noted and filed before the bank re-pay each merchants for items sold through these special credit card purchases. The 20% mockup collected by the merchants for each item sold will also be returned to the original collateral donor’s bank account for re-imbuement of donated funds used. PS: My Fundraiser #2: https://www.gofundme.com/art-donations-for-chester-pa Confidential
Hello all at NCRP! Rockwood is hiring for a resource development manager to join our team. People of color an all intersectional identities are encouraged to apply. https://www.facebook.com/RockwoodLeaders/photos/a.10151343288475081.515623.32766560080/10155750767665081/?type=3&theater