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State of the Sector 2024

February 28, 2024

This report provides results from a survey of New York Council of Nonprofits, Inc. (NYCON) members, providing information about the types of nonprofits in New York, their income, main challenges, and where they are located throughout the state.

Arts and Culture at the Core of Philanthropy : Highlights from the 2nd edition (2023) : English infographic

January 1, 2024

As multiple crises have unfolded in recent years, the arts and culture sector has been among the most damaged financially, and its structural fragilities have significantly deteriorated. At the same time, its value to society throughout these crises has been undoubtedly clear.The second volume of Philea's "Arts and Culture at the Core of Philanthropy" surveyed 64 foundations from 17 different countries to research European philanthropic funding in the field of arts and culture.This infographic shares highlights from the report.For more insights, view the full report: https://philea.issuelab.org/resource/arts-and-culture-at-the-core-of-philanthropy-volume-2.html

Arts and Culture at the Core of Philanthropy : Highlights from the 2nd edition (2023) : French infographic

January 1, 2024

As multiple crises have unfolded in recent years, the arts and culture sector has been among the most damaged financially, and its structural fragilities have significantly deteriorated. At the same time, its value to society throughout these crises has been undoubtedly clear.The second volume of Philea's "Arts and Culture at the Core of Philanthropy" surveyed 64 foundations from 17 different countries to research European philanthropic funding in the field of arts and culture.This infographic shares highlights from the report in French.For more insights, view the full report: https://philea.issuelab.org/resource/arts-and-culture-at-the-core-of-philanthropy-volume-2.html

Arts and Culture at the Core of Philanthropy : Highlights from the 2nd edition (2023) : Croatian infographic

January 1, 2024

As multiple crises have unfolded in recent years, the arts and culture sector has been among the most damaged financially, and its structural fragilities have significantly deteriorated. At the same time, its value to society throughout these crises has been undoubtedly clear.The second volume of Philea's "Arts and Culture at the Core of Philanthropy" surveyed 64 foundations from 17 different countries to research European philanthropic funding in the field of arts and culture.This infographic shares highlights from the report in Croatian.For more insights, view the full report: https://philea.issuelab.org/resource/arts-and-culture-at-the-core-of-philanthropy-volume-2.html

Arts and Culture at the Core of Philanthropy : Highlights from the 2nd edition (2023) : Dutch infographic

January 1, 2024

As multiple crises have unfolded in recent years, the arts and culture sector has been among the most damaged financially, and its structural fragilities have significantly deteriorated. At the same time, its value to society throughout these crises has been undoubtedly clear.The second volume of Philea's "Arts and Culture at the Core of Philanthropy" surveyed 64 foundations from 17 different countries to research European philanthropic funding in the field of arts and culture.This infographic shares highlights from the report in Dutch.For more insights, view the full report: https://philea.issuelab.org/resource/arts-and-culture-at-the-core-of-philanthropy-volume-2.html

Arts and Culture at the Core of Philanthropy : Highlights from the 2nd edition (2023) : Italian infographic

January 1, 2024

As multiple crises have unfolded in recent years, the arts and culture sector has been among the most damaged financially, and its structural fragilities have significantly deteriorated. At the same time, its value to society throughout these crises has been undoubtedly clear.The second volume of Philea's "Arts and Culture at the Core of Philanthropy" surveyed 64 foundations from 17 different countries to research European philanthropic funding in the field of arts and culture.This infographic shares highlights from the report in Italian.For more insights, view the full report: https://philea.issuelab.org/resource/arts-and-culture-at-the-core-of-philanthropy-volume-2.html

Arts and Culture at the Core of Philanthropy : Highlights from the 2nd edition (2023) : Spanish infographic

January 1, 2024

As multiple crises have unfolded in recent years, the arts and culture sector has been among the most damaged financially, and its structural fragilities have significantly deteriorated. At the same time, its value to society throughout these crises has been undoubtedly clear.The second volume of Philea's "Arts and Culture at the Core of Philanthropy" surveyed 64 foundations from 17 different countries to research European philanthropic funding in the field of arts and culture.This infographic shares highlights from the report in Spanish.For more insights, view the full report: https://philea.issuelab.org/resource/arts-and-culture-at-the-core-of-philanthropy-volume-2.html

Arts and Culture at the Core of Philanthropy : Highlights from the 2nd edition (2023) : Portuguese infographic

January 1, 2024

As multiple crises have unfolded in recent years, the arts and culture sector has been among the most damaged financially, and its structural fragilities have significantly deteriorated. At the same time, its value to society throughout these crises has been undoubtedly clear.The second volume of Philea's "Arts and Culture at the Core of Philanthropy" surveyed 64 foundations from 17 different countries to research European philanthropic funding in the field of arts and culture.This infographic shares highlights from the report in Portuguese.For more insights, view the full report: https://philea.issuelab.org/resource/arts-and-culture-at-the-core-of-philanthropy-volume-2.html

Parks After Dark Evaluation Brief, July 2023

July 31, 2023

In this infographic brief, the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research provides information from their evaluation of the 2022 Parks After Dark (PAD) program in Los Angeles County. PAD is a Los Angeles County initiative led by the Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR), in partnership with other County departments and community-based organizations. PAD is implemented in Los Angeles County areas with high levels of violence, obesity, and economic hardship. Thirty-four DPR parks hosted PAD between June and August 2022, after a two-year halt in programming because of the COVID-19 pandemic. PAD was offered three nights a week for eight weeks, on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings.

Operationalizing Equity in Registry Systems Guiding Steps

June 15, 2023

This infographic provides basic steps for Early Childhood Professional Registries to consider when undertaking equity-based efforts. It is designed as a handout for a conference, providing registry leadership and staff with high-level phases and guiding steps to consider when exploring operationalizing equity in their registry. The brochure-style infographic was a precursor to our state toolkit.

2023 Silicon Valley Pain Index: If Silicon Valley Was a Nation, It Would be Deemed Politically Unstable

June 13, 2023

The purposes of the Silicon Valley Pain Index [SVPI] report are to:  (1) Provide an efficient, easily digestible, statistical overview of structured inequalities to inform policy and practice in "Silicon Valley."(2) Serve to measure Santa Clara County's performance as a "human rights county," which it declared in 2018 in accordance with the International Bill of Human Rights and in accordance with the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women [CEDAW] in 2023.  (3) Spark collaborations between scholars, students, stakeholders, communities, and policy makers to address inequality and achieve greater human rights practice.Originally inspired by Professor Bill Quigley's Katrina Pain Index following the devastating 2005 hurricane and later by national protests in the wake of the police murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor (2020), the 2020, 2021, and 2022 SVPIs illustrated the persistent racial discrimination in employment, education, and housing as well as the general income/wealth inequality that were exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic and continue to define our region.  In contrast, the 4th Annual (2023) SVPI features new data that highlights the region's persistent inequalities, and the astronomical concentration of wealth into the hands of an incredibly small number of households and companies. As Russel Hancock, President and CEO of Joint Venture Silicon Valley, asserted, "If Silicon Valley were a country, that kind of wealth disparity would be considered politically unstable."

FCAA Data Spotlight: HIV-Related Philanthropy and the Ending the HIV Epidemic in the U.S. Initiative

March 9, 2023

The Ending the HIV Epidemic in the U.S. (EHE) is a ten-year federal initiative that focuses on communities most affected by HIV by supplying resources and expertise to 50 local areas that account for more than half of new HIV diagnoses, and seven states with a substantial rural burden in order to expand HIV prevention and treatment efforts. These 57 locations are referred to as jurisdictions.The following infographic examines HIV-related philanthropic funding that was disbursed to the 57 Ending the HIV Epidemic Initiative jurisdictions in 2020.To complete this analysis, FCAA first looked at all funding disbursed to organizations headquartered within the 57 EHE jurisdictions. To further align with EHE efforts – which emphasize local resources, context, and needs – we next removed grants that encompassed national or regional-level work. What remains, and is analyzed here, is funding to organizations based within the 57 jurisdictions and doing work at the state or local level.