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Celebrating Black history and Black futures

While recently recognized as a federal holiday in 2021, Black people have long celebrated the historical importance of Juneteenth. From kitchen tables to campuses of Historical Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), Juneteenth is well revered in the Black community as…

By ABFE and Candid

June 17, 2022

Key takeaways from ABFE 2022 Harambee: Let’s All Pull Together

ABFE held their annual conference “Harambee: Let’s All Pull Together” recently with a mix of in-person and hybrid sessions. Several Candid team members attended, including director of research Grace Sato who presented at the session “Historic Partnerships, Historic Change: Using…

By Candid

May 9, 2022

Partners in risk

Conversations about risk between funders and grantees are often difficult because few grant partners are on the same page about risk management, risk mitigation, and risk appetite. According to Pam Foster of Co-Impact, the most important thing funders and grantees…

By Candid

October 28, 2021

Candid names Ann Mei Chang as new CEO

Trailblazer chosen to guide the country’s most comprehensive source of data tools on nonprofits, foundations, and grants Candid’s board of trustees today announced the selection of Ann Mei Chang as the organization’s new chief executive officer. Ann Mei is a…

By Candid

August 26, 2021

Candid and COVID-19: All virtual, all the time

In March 2020, Candid canceled all in-person events until a time to be named later. Later in the month, we closed all of our offices and began working 100 percent remotely. In this article from our 2020 annual report, Candid…

By Candid

April 22, 2021

A statement from Candid

No matter what words are used to describe the police killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Tony McDade, and the murder of Ahmaud Arbery—“tragic,” “brutal,” “abhorrent,” “senseless”—they are not enough. In our homes, our workplaces, on the streets, and…

By Candid

June 4, 2020