The Department of Cultural Affairs has launched the Create NYC Language Access Fund, awarding grants ranging from $5,000 to $25,000.
The Ford Foundation, the second-largest philanthropic foundation in the US, will restructure its grant-making program to focus entirely on fighting global inequality, the Chronicle of Philanthropy reported.
After a massive earthquake hit Haiti in 2010, the San Francisco–based nonprofit Architecture for Humanity moved in.
When the 2010 earthquake hit Haiti, it leveled much of Jacmel’s colonial architecture, and the streets were given over to piles of rubble. In the wake of this disaster, visitors to the country’s cultural capital might be surprised to find that dozens of mosaics now enliven its walls, plazas, and public seating areas.
Nonprofits across the US are stuck in a cycle that hinders their ability to raise money, a new report says. Commissioned by the Evelyn and Walter Haas Jr. Fund and conducted by CompassPoint, the study examines fundraising issues at nonprofits nationwide, and the results aren’t pretty.