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Prioritizing authentic connections through trust-based philanthropy

Trust-based philanthropy (TBP) is central to Honnold Foundation’s grantmaking; learn how feedback from grassroots nonprofits informs their approach to setting up their grantees to successfully drive lasting impact.

By Emily Teitsworth (she/her) and Kate Trujillo (she/her)

May 15, 2024

Are we building the Candid tools you need?

Learn how Candid tools and products are being built to solve for real-world sector needs–and will become unified into our next-generation platform. Get a sneak peek into all that awaits by visiting beta.candid.org.

By Renée Westmoreland (she/her)

May 1, 2024

Candid community: Expanding equitable access to nonprofit resources

Learn how our growing network of Candid community partners support nonprofits’ success by providing free, local access to our resources, tools, and training.

By Samantha Ryder (she/her)

February 20, 2024

Zero-cost, maximum-impact professional development for fundraisers

If you’d like to level up your fundraising skills, learn about high-impact, no-cost professional development resources and strategies to support your success.

By Chris Bunting (they/them) and Kristin Hanlin (she/her)

January 31, 2024

How to run a successful hybrid meeting

In this Candid blog, learn how to plan and run a successful hybrid meeting.

By Matthew Epstein (he/him)

July 26, 2023

16 free nonprofit books for your summer reading list

If you’re searching for your next good read, check out these 16 free nonprofit books that are perfect for any summertime occasion.

By Melissa Pulis (she/her) and Christy Rilette (she/her)

May 31, 2023

15 nonprofit books to inspire your New Year’s resolutions 

Whether you’re looking to level up your fundraising skills, invest in innovation, improve your nonprofit’s culture, or take better care of your colleagues and yourself, these 15 books can help you do more good this year.

By Christy Rilette (she/her)

January 11, 2023

Throwback Thursday: GlassPockets editor’s top five for funders

We are highlighting five popular and relevant oldies but goodies from the GlassPockets archive. Check out this helpful advice for funders on ways to leverage transparency to improve equitable access to philanthropic resources.

By Janet Camarena (she/her)

October 13, 2022

Words to avoid—2022 edition

A new year brings a commitment to change and improvement for many people. With that in mind, we’d like to kick off 2022 by actively questioning the use of certain words—and what is meant—so that we can continue to improve…

By Ryan Gerhardt (he/him)

January 24, 2022

Making the world more accessible with web design

When architects and construction professionals start designing a building, one of the first things they have to consider is accessibility. Good building accessibility means creating spaces that can be used by anyone. It includes, but isn’t limited to, people who…

By Anne Stefanyk (she/her)

April 26, 2021

Fostering an inclusive culture

There are a few steps you can implement to support an inclusive culture, language and practices with staff, donors, and those you serve.

By Amanda Cole (she/her)

March 9, 2021

Words to avoid—2021 edition

Finding the right words is rarely easy. Each word carries within it different weight and connotations in addition to its generally agreed upon definition. Everyone may read the same sentence slightly differently, but the goal is that they all leave…

By Ryan Gerhardt (he/him)

January 27, 2021