Changing philanthropy

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The Amalgamated Foundation announced its Fall 2020 docket of grants today, along with a second round of grants for the Frontline Workers Fund. These grants reflect the Foundation’s commitment to addressing issues of economic and racial justice through strategies that utilize integrated, democratize capital and new ownership models that build wealth for BIPOC communities. These are in addition to grants made earlier this year in partnership with the IRG Hub.

This year, the philanthropic sector has had to grapple with four central crises converging at once: natural disasters sparked by climate change; the public health and economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic; outrage over racist violence and injustice perpetuated by law enforcement; and a tumultuous election cycle that has challenged the core of our democratic institutions.

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The Amalgamated Foundation’s Spring 2020 docket will focus on voter education and engagement during this pivotal election year. The Foundation understands the value of early money and investing in those communities who are an important expansion of the electorate.

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The Fall 2019 docket recommends a slate of community-based organizations from across the country who are leading in best practice work in the Foundation’s focus areas.

Rapid Response Fund will support local and national efforts to support communities impacted by hatred and gun violence.

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As published in The Chronicle of Philanthropy on April 11, 2018.

The charitable arm of Amalgamated Bank wants donor-advised-fund holders to give at least 10 percent of their funds to charity per year.

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As published in Inside Philanthropy on October 9, 2018.

Amalgamated Bank, a progressive financial institution born from the 1920s labor movement, has been on the move lately...

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We’re excited to announce the Amalgamated Foundation’s first round of 2019 direct grants.

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Philanthropists, foundations and donor advised fund providers take a stand against funding hatred.

With the launch of the “Hate Is Not Charitable Campaign”, the Amalgamated Foundation announced to the world that we would not sit quietly while organizations that promote hate continue to work the system to benefit their abhorrent actions.

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