Resources on Policy Changes and the Philanthropic Sector
Recently, two pieces on what the next administration will mean for the philanthropic sector have been published by our national peers. The first is a Huffington Post blog by Kathleen Enright, President and CEO of Grantmakers for Effective Organizations (GEO), titled “Protecting progress in the Trump era.” The second, co-written by Tim Delaney and David L. Thompson of the National Council for Nonprofits, was published in The Chronicle of Philanthropy last week: “Nonprofits Need to Stand Together to Push for Smart Public Policies.”
With the change of administration in Washington DC, many people are looking for information and resources to help understand what this change will mean. How will the nonprofit sector be impacted? Will education and health care be reformed? How do we all keep up? The Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers – our national voice in Washington DC – curates and publishes articles and resources specific to the nonprofit sector and philanthropy. You can find a collection post-election articles and resources on their website, givingforum.org/news/post-election-resources.