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View the latest edition of Good Works CONNECT: Trends here.
Through Good Works CONNECT and the support of The Lumpkin Family Foundation, The Community Foundation of Macon County is now accepting micro-grant applications from nonprofits located in Macon County.
The Foundation Center provides free funding information through more than 470 Funding Information Network locations (formerly called Cooperating Collections) — libraries, community foundations, and other nonprofit resource centers located across the U.S. and several countries. Use this map to find a network location near you.
Blue Avocado article containing concise overview of the state-of-the-art in succession thinking and planning.
The philanthropic sector has been experimenting with innovative grantmaking in the hopes of triggering significant and sustainable change. FSG’s latest research report, collaboratively written with the Center for Evaluation Innovation, challenges grantmakers to explore the use of Developmental Evaluation when evaluating complex, dynamic, and emergent initiatives.
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As of January 2014, Donors Forum has taken over leadership of Good Works CONNECT, including the Good Works CONNECT website and all network activities.
To join Good Works CONNECT, we ask that you email us with your name, title, organization, address, email, and phone number.