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Current Issue: Volume 14, Issue 2 (2022) Philanthropy's Response to the Crises of 2020
Immediate Needs and Systemic Solutions: Harnessing a Collective Crisis Response by Regional Philanthropy Alongside Systemic Change
Clotilde Perez-Bode Dedecker and Nancy M. Blaschak
How a Community Foundation’s Disaster Framework Guided Rapid Pandemic Response
Steven W. Mumford, Isabel Barrios, and Kellie Chavez Greene
Respectful Tribal Partnership: What Philanthropy Can Learn From the Navajo Nation’s Collaborative Response to the COVID-19 Crisis
Nancy Petersen, Karletta Chief, Toni M. Massaro, Nikki Tulley, Crystal Tulley-Cordova, and Jonelle Vold
Diving Deep on Equity and Power: Exploring Shifts in Philanthropic Practice With the Iceberg Model
Sonia Taddy-Sandino, Kim Ammann Howard, and Lori Nascimento