Nonprofits can push for international policies to address climate change–and foundations can give grants to support them.
The Fund’s approach to disaster grantmaking helped to ensure recovery and rebuilding reflect the concerns of marginalized communities.
A year after Sandy devastated portions of the Mid-Atlantic coast, a post from our archives about why it’s important to involve communities hit by disaster in the decisions affecting them.
The missing ingredient in disaster funding that can maximize philanthropy’s impact.
What funders should consider to make sure that a range of public voices are engaged in the decision-making process following a natural disaster.