The Year in Review highlights the scope of the Council on Foundation's work in 2015.
Well, the phrase “Culture of Health” can mean different things to different people. But in general, it means recognizing that health is an essential part of everything we do… And that every [BOG1]person deserves the chance to achieve well-being.
The fabric of Foundations funding human services forms a rich mosaic with themes as diverse as housing, education, employment, social justice issues, physical and public health.
Council on Foundations Q&A with Ann Sewill, Vice President of Housing & Economic Development, California Community Foundation
“Dream big.” That’s Ivye Allen’s philosophy when it comes to securing funding and support for local community efforts aimed at enhancing education, health care and other community needs.
In this weeks This Week at the Council, you'll read about: Deadline Extended: Submit Your Nominations for the Council Award Program; Elevating Philanthropy's Support for Veterans; Loyola University Honors Vikki Spruill; Healthy Minds Healthy Com
A lot has been accomplished over the years since HIV/AIDS first was discovered. Scientists have come a long way toward finding a cure, and in the process many of those afflicted with the disease are living much longer than in the past.
At a recent gubernatorial candidate forum I attended in Rhode Island, a Brown University professor presented on the challenges of climate change for the Ocean State.
In this week's Washington Snapshot, you'll find: Springtime in DC, at long last; Ways and Means Hearing on Tax Extenders; Lois Lerner in More Hot Water; 501(c)(4) Regulations on Slow Track; Grassley Prods IRS on Nonprofit Hospitals; Volunteerism
The Council on Foundations is commemorating the 100th anniversary of the creation of the first community foundation by shining a spotlight on the myriad ways these important institutions are making a difference – and discussing how these vital institution