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Trust-Based Philanthropy is being embraced by a growing number of foundations as a way to alleviate power imbalances between funders and grantees while fostering more productive and informative...View Details
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Digging In (Part II) Webinar Recording >> Part II Description: Film Screening & Discussion Grab your lunch and join PhilMO for the virtual lunchtime screening & discussion of the documentary Digging In . This film by KC filmmakers Nathan Johnson and Jay W. Austin is designed to help funders understand concentration and consolidation, land access, and climate change and explore the connection these issues have to their work and the work of their grantees. Filmed across the United States, the Missouri communities of Auxvasse, Kansas City, and Mexico are specifically featured. The...
Vanderbilt University Cultural Context of Health & Wellbeing Initiative, supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, released a new report that focuses on three key areas in which insights and examples from abroad can improve USA health policy around childhood obesity. The report's goal is to create a mutual understanding that: food is more than nutrition, health is more than weight, and diet is more than individual choice. The report presents the most effective and sustainable efforts to improve child nutrition while taking into account cultural contexts and colonial legacies in...


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