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In light of the national uprising sparked by the murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor (and building on other recent tragic movement moments going back to the 2014 murder of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri), NCRP is analyzing grantmaking by community foundations across the country to find out exactly how much they are – or are not – investing in Black communities.We started by looking at the latest available grantmaking data (2016-2018) of 25 community foundations (CFs) – from Los Angeles to New Orleans to New York City to St. Paul. These foundations represent a cross section of some of the country's largest community foundations as well as foundations in communities where NCRP has Black-led nonprofit allies.
Presents survey findings about attitudes toward, motivations for, and activities in community involvement, philanthropic giving, volunteerism, and public policy involvement in the metropolitan Atlanta region as of July 2011. Considers implications.
Describes how the Grants to Green initiative is helping Atlanta nonprofits reduce energy and water use while increasing cost efficiency by funding green building assessments and implementation, knowledge sharing, leadership opportunities, and evaluation.
Summarizes the impact of the foreclosure crisis on metropolitan Atlanta by county, lists potential solutions, and profiles area nonprofits focused on addressing the crisis and community development.
Metropolitan Atlanta Youth Opportunities Initiative: Building Capacity for Youth Aging Out of Foster CareAugust 10, 2010
Describes an initiative to offer support and resources to youth aging out of foster care, including individual development and debit accounts and access to education, jobs, health care, and housing. Outlines impact, CFGA's role, and lessons learned.
Provides an overview of Atlanta area arts and cultural organizations; the role of the arts in education, youth engagement, community development, and support for underserved populations; and the foundation's support for the arts between 2005 and 2009.
Chicago Music City compares the strength and vitality of music industries and scenes across the United States. Sociologists, urban planners, and real-estate developers point to quality of life and availability of cultural amenities as important indicators of the health and future success of urban areas. Economic impact studies show the importance of music to local economies. This publication compares Chicago's musical strength with the 50 largest metropolitan areas in the U.S., focusing on 11 comparison cities: Chicago and its demographic peers, New York and Los Angeles, and eight other cities with strong musical reputations -- Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Las Vegas, Memphis, Nashville, New Orleans and Seattle.
Provides local HIV/AIDS statistics and profiles the Atlanta AIDS Partnership Fund's work in prevention education; community-based housing, nutrition, and legal services; and advocacy. Highlights successful approaches and grantees' projects.
This report examines the impacts of transportation spending on households in the 28 metro areas for which the federal government collects expenditure data and of rising gas prices on both households and regional economies. It finds that households in regions that have invested in public transportation reap financial benefits from having access to affordable mobility options, even as gas prices rise, and that regions with public transit are losing less per household from the increase in gas prices than those without transit options.