LearnPhilanthropy’s Content Partners have caught our attention with the following great resources. All are at the intersection of learning and philanthropy,for greater impact:
“Joining Forces:Funder Collaboratives for International Projects”GrantCraft hosted a free webinar to explore how funder collaboratives can help grantmakers aim for larger goals,distribute risks,learn together,and achieve [...]
By Dara Major
At LearnPhilanthropy,we’re working to bring together the wealth of research,resources and ideas on what constitutes good philanthropic practice from high-quality sources across the sector.
To help fuel great searches across this site,we’re developing a general-purpose taxonomy –we call it our Real Simple Taxonomy.
Great content needs a great search –[...]
creative commons:by NatalieMaynor
By Dara Major
LearnPhilanthropy was launched on the widely-held premise that there *is* an existing learning marketplace for grantmakers (which includes regional associations,affinity groups,universities,advisory firms,and others) – but this marketplace is somewhat fragmented.
At LearnPhilanthropy,we’re working to bring together the wealth of research,resources [...]
by Marcia Sharp
As part of our platform development process,the LearnPhilanthropy team has been working hard over the summer to clarify –and write down!! –the things we have in our heads related to who we are,what our value proposition is,and what we do and don’t intend to do.
Here is [...]
Grantmaking is a specialized field of practice,and knowledge is distributed across a wide array of silos and localized stores,not to mention trapped offline in the heads of the many talented practitioners who populate and drive the field.
The LearnPhilanthropy Initiative is bringing people together to create a stronger,more rational,and less fragmented [...]