Nonprofit News 1-10-22

Nonprofit News 1-10-22

News about grants, giftsGRID Alternatives received a $12 million multi-year grant from the Bezos Earth Fund that will grow the Tribal Solar Accelerator Fund. The tribal-led program expands renewable energy capacity and solar job opportunities in Indigenous communities...

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You Think You Know

You Think You Know

Special to the Philanthropy Journal By Melanie Davis-Jones In typical icebreaker games, one of the questions inevitably is, “If you were a superhero, what would your superpower be?” I usually choose flying because it seems like fun. Now, what I would do facing the bad...

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Letter from the Editor – Reboot

Letter from the Editor – Reboot

Welcome back! First of all, I would like to take a moment and thank all of our champions and supporters; to those of you who have reached out during our hiatus and checked in; to those of you who have shared in our excitement throughout the process of bringing PJ...

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Reboot 2022

Reboot 2022

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...

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Energy as Power

Energy as Power

By Craig Martin Torrents of rain came down but it was the incredibly high wind that scared many living across the island of Puerto Rico during hurricane Maria. Sure, Puerto Ricans had experienced many hurricanes in the past but this was the storm of all storms....

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Pulling at the Threads of Experience

Pulling at the Threads of Experience

By Sandy Cyr From an early age, we are programmed to believe that we need to know what we will be when we grow up; that we should study hard, get into a good college, land a career and never deviate from that plan. Everything should be clearly mapped out, and when...

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