Join our 17th annual Budget Briefing to hear about pressing policy developments, federal and state budget and tax issues, and emerging advocacy, organizing and communications strategies to support struggling families, workers and communities.
Learn about approaches some funders are using to be more accountable, inclusive, and right the power balance in their relationships with grantees, applicants, and community stakeholders.
Join this two-day meeting for funders to explore the role of equity in the transformation of work, workers and social supports.
Join us for an overview of the Joint Center’s new report, Racial Differences on the Future of Work: A Survey of the American Workforce and a discussion about implications for workforce development and philanthropic approaches to the future of work.
Cosponsored Webinar: Making it Real: The Link Between Issue Organizing, Ballot Initiatives, and Building Power
Join this webinar for a conversation on the interrelated approaches of issue organizing, ballot initiatives, and building power.
In August 2019, Arkansas and Virginia received one year of renewal funding to continue efforts to build support for a refundable state EITC.
Established in 2015, the EITC Policy Development Fund was developed to provide multi-year support to state-based policy groups laying the groundwork to develop or improve state EITCs. This first cohort impact summary provides an overview of awards in Georgia, Mississippi and West Virginia and offers lessons learned.
Employment, Paid Leave and Portable Benefits: Meeting the Needs of Non-Standard Workers in the New Economy
Webinar recording, ppts and related resources now available!
The second in our Member Q&A series, we are highlighting long-time member and leader within the EOF network, Nicky Goren, President and CEO of the Eugene and Agnes E. Meyer Foundation.
The July Racial Equity + Power Sharing Series webinar will explore how evaluation frameworks can perpetuate or improve power dynamics between grantees and grantmakers.