We are in many respects entering a golden age of philanthropy.
The views and experiences of the people who benefit from social programs are often overlooked and underappreciated, even though they are an invaluable source of insight into a program’s effectiveness.
Drive fifty miles southeast of Fresno through countless acres of blooming almond and pecan orchards, and you’ll come upon the little town of cutler-orosi.
The Hewlett Foundation under Brest has seen its endowment grow from less than $3 billion to more than $7 billion, with a current annual grantmaking budget of more than $350 million and approximately 100 staff.
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation commends the National Research Council for its hard work reviewing existing research to help determine what students need to thrive in the classroom and as adults.
The report urges states and the federal government to establish policies and programs in support of students’ acquisition of these skills, and says policymakers should focus their attention on the key areas of assessment, accountability, curriculum and materials, and teacher education.
Q&A with Kristi Kimball
The nonprofit organizations give the Foundation higher than average marks for having impact on the fields in which they work, rated the clarity of its communications higher than average, and found its administrative process to be helpful over the course of a grant, among other measures.
The Global Fund for Children announced today the winners of its inaugural Juliette Gimon Courage Awards, recognizing innovative grassroots organizations Asociación Generando (ASOGEN) and Mavi Kalem for their work to advance children’s rights in the face of political and social adversity.
Last year, our Education team engaged in an intensive, year-long strategy refresh for its K-12 Teaching and Learning work, known formerly as the Deeper Learning strategy.
As a queer black woman who has worked in the arts—as an artist, nonprofit staffer, consultant, and funder—for more than a decade, I have often found myself in the role of teacher around issues of equity.
Interview with Hispanic Access Foundation’s Chela Garcia Irlando
Evaluation is an explicit element of our strategy lifecycle (described in Outcome-Focused Philanthropy), and is meant to be practiced with frequency, intensity, and skill across all of our programs.
The Hewlett Foundation has been actively working to reduce GHG emissions for more than a decade.
Research and policy ideas shared at Africa Evidence Week in Accra, Ghana.
Today’s cybersecurity visuals often focus on hardware—think circuit boards and server racks—while leaving out all the people who are involved in or affected by the challenges we face in cybersecurity.