Learn why your organization’s response to COVID must uplift immigrants and their families – now and for the future.
Explore how philanthropy can empower organizations led by people of color, advocate for structural change, and confront the impacts of white dominant culture during COVID-19.
Webinar on the philanthropic response in the Greater Newark Area.
Exploration of how philanthropy can help reduce the disproportionate harm that black communities in New Jersey experience from COVID-19.
Hear from key players across a variety of philanthropic and community perspectives who have contributed to the thinking about what philanthropy is called upon to do – and how to do it.
This four-part webinar series, led by Race Matters Institute, will cover a range of tools for understanding the history of racial inequity in homelessness, conducting a racial equity impact analysis, and developing strategies to advance racial equity in your organization.
Join us for our field trip to the Crossroads Theatre as part of our Race, Racism and the Ramifications for Philanthropy learning journey.
This event is for CNJG Members only.
CNJG will join with the Sillerman Center at Brandeis University to present an interactive conversation about pathways to racially, culturally and socio-economically diverse public schools.
This report explores the ways in which the ecosystem of funders and intermediaries can better support these groups—which we’re calling “constituent-led groups”—who do their work without formal 501c3 status and are often led by and supporting historically oppressed communities.
This brief considers the implications of the 'public charge' rule and how philanthropy can mount an effective immediate and long-term response.