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Explore funding for U.S. democracy with our free data tool

If you’re curious about nonprofits’ U.S. democracy-related work and how its being funded, use Candid’s free data tools to explore funding for U.S. democracy initiatives.

By Supriya Kumar (she/her)

December 9, 2022

Power in Solidarity: Reflections from AAPIP and NAP’s joint convening

As I continue to process the many sessions I attended and the new connections that I made, three key themes from the Power in Solidarity conference stuck out for me:

By Supriya Kumar (she/her)

July 28, 2022

Lessons from 2019 to maximize future disaster giving decisions

Earlier this month, Candid and the Center for Disaster Philanthropy (CDP) released the eighth edition of our annual Measuring the State of Disaster Philanthropy report. In it, we examined available  2019  data on global disaster-related philanthropy and disaster giving,  analyzing funding from foundations, bilateral and multilateral donors, the U.S. federal government,…

By Supriya Kumar (she/her) and Grace Sato (she/her)

November 30, 2021

Philanthropic support for journalism

The coronavirus pandemic has had an impact on almost all sectors of the economy, including retail, restaurants, the travel industry, and media and journalism. Since the pandemic, more than 60 local newsrooms across the United States have closed. Some had…

By Supriya Kumar (she/her)

February 8, 2021

Attaining corporate and philanthropic support during COVID-19

Candid, Common Impact, and Good360 came together during a webinar on April 29, 2020, to provide advice on how nonprofits can leverage corporate and philanthropic relationships to access monetary donations, external expertise, and in-kind gifts. This post rounds up some…

By Supriya Kumar (she/her), Molly Weinstein (she/her), and Kaitlin FitzGerald (she/her)

May 6, 2020

Filling the data and knowledge gap: how philanthropy can better partner with Indigenous communities

In anticipation of its forthcoming issue devoted to Indigenous philanthropy, Alliance magazine asked three Candid employees who were deeply involved in developing the Investing in Native Communities website to share lessons from that experience. “Philanthropy has consistently under-funded Indigenous communities…

By Grace Sato (she/her), Supriya Kumar (she/her), and Sarina Dayal (she/they)

February 25, 2020