PFS stands in support of this joint statement issued by the Association of Black Foundation Executives, or ABFE, a calling for greater commitment and cross-sector collaboration to combat the dual threats of coronavirus and racism.
We are inspired by this powerful essay by Will Cordery and published by Nonprofit Quarterly, which passionately frames our present moment and points towards a more far-reaching and lasting philanthropic response.
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Whether prompted by the disastrous human toll, spiraling costs, the ineffectiveness of legislative and judicial policies, or related crises like homelessness or opioid addiction, criminal justice reform has emerged as a priority in our national consciousness.
Historically, private foundations have focused on principal capital preservation while distributing their 5% payout for social good.