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Current Issue: Volume 13, Issue 4 (2021) Community Leadership and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)This open access issue is sponsored by the C. S. Mott Foundation.
Doing Philanthropy at the Time of the Sustainable Development Goals: The Case of Fondazione Compagnia di San Paolo
Fulvio Bersanetti, Filippo Candela, and Paolo Mulassano
A Case Study on the Use of the SDGs With a Collective Impact Initiative in Southwest Florida
Tessa LeSage, Aysegul Timur, and Dakota Pawlicki
Walking the Talk on Sustainable Development Goals: The Case of Community Foundations in Canada
Marta Rey-Garcia and Rosane Dal Magro
Where to Start? A Tool for Thinking about the SDGs and Community Foundation Work
Katie Leone and Tessa LeSage
Localizing the 2030 Agenda With Community Data: Lessons From the Community Foundations of Canada’s Vital Signs Program
Beth Timmers and Alison Sidney
The Transformative Power of the 2030 U.N. Sustainable Development Goals
Anna Wasescha, Christa Otteson, and Sarah Casey