REBOOT 2022 | Letter From The Editor
There is a revolution happening in global philanthropy. A revolution, not an evolution. New ideas are pushing out old ideas. Philanthropy Journal (known as PJ) is rebooting to be part of that revolution. While the decades of experience gleaned from telling stories on the historic platform is a source of knowledge and inspiration, the new PJ is part of the revolution...not just an evolution of the previous generation’s journal. PJ’s reboot will be supplied by next gen storytelling and ideas about the future of doing good in our world and local communities. PJ will also have a companion print quarterly called Philanthropologist. Don’t be a bystander to the stories, create them. Be a philanthropologist. Quote: “We’re not changed by our society, but we forget to change ourselves.”
IN THIS ISSUE
While the geological outlook in reversing climate change looks bleak, the future for Casa Pueblo is hopeful.
Special to the Philanthropy Journal By Vicki Pozzebon The last 20 months have put us all on edge, lifted our awareness antennae, and shown us that different opportunities and ways of working are out there and crucial to finding an equitable path forward. While seeking...
GRID Alternatives receives $12m from the Bezos Earth Fund; America’s Black Holocaust Museum to reopen; The Nature Conservancy creates their largest nature preserve in California; and more.