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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

2014 Emerging Leaders International Fellows Program & U.S. Diversity Fellowship

(September 22 - December 12, 2014)

Submission deadline:  June 7, 2014

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Community Foundation Centennial

More than 1750 community foundations worldwide in 100 years...and still counting! 2014 marks the centennial of the The Cleveland Foundation, the world's first community foundation.  Learn more about key players in the global community foundation movement here.  

Announcement: To mark the centennial, the Center launches "Spotlight on Community Foundations" a body of research on community foundations (and community philanthropy) by selected Center Fellows from around the globe.  Read the first in the series.

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Attention community foundation professionals (staff and board): Seeking a professional development opportunity? Living and working in the United States? Then visit our Senior International Fellows Program page.  For further details and to submit a proposal, contact us today.

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Recently released: Benjamin R. Barber's If Mayors Ruled the World: Dysfunctional Nations, Rising Cities

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Missed Benjamin R. Barber's talk on "If Mayors Ruled the World"? Listen to the provocative conversation with the Center's senior research scholar about the role of cities and intercity cooperation as an alternative to nation-state governance. For Center Director Kathleen McCarthy's introductory remarks, go to the start of this video clip.

 

Online Resources / Publications

 

Spotlight on Community Foundations

Research by Center Fellows on community foundations (and community philanthropy) around the globe.

 

International Fellows Research

Abstracts of research by selected International Fellows.

     

 

Cultures of Giving

Full text editions and abstracts of many of the Center's historical and contemporary studies relating to Philanthropy in communities of color...         

 

Volunteer!!!

A guide to New York City's nonprofit and small arts organizations serving the African American, Latino, and Asian American communities...

 

The Donor Research Project analyzed information and attitudes about philanthropy in communities of color, and among women...

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IFP News
2013 Emerging Leaders International Fellows
 
From September 16 to December 6, 2013 six Emerging Leaders Fellows came to New York from across the globe to study community foundations and diaspora philanthropy.  For a list of the Emerging Leaders Fellows and their research topics, please click here.
 
2013 Senior International Fellows
 
From April 8 to May 3, 2013 seven Senior International Fellows came to New York from across the globe to study community foundations and independent foundations. For a list of the Senior Fellows and their research topics, please click here