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A look back at Issue Lab’s top philanthropic resources in 2022

Candid’s Issue Lab provides access to more than 33,000 philanthropic resources. Here is a look at the top-read Issue Lab publications from last year.

By Justin Benton (he/him)

January 6, 2023

Predictions for the future of social sector data

Hear from today’s thought leaders about the evolving nature of philanthropic data and see what they predict for the future of social sector data.

By Chantal Forster, Shahar Brukner (he/him), Ann Mei Chang (she/they), Elizabeth Kane (she/her), and Woodrow Rosenbaum (he/him)

January 5, 2023

Prioritizing in-person connection at Candid’s all-staff annual gathering

We’re sharing lessons learned from our experience organizing Candid Convene in Philadelphia this September, with the hopes of helping other nonprofits struggling to decide if an in-person meeting is the right choice for them.

By Jacqui Rose (she/her)

October 6, 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

Three emerging trends in European philanthropy

After a sleepless redeye flight earlier this month, I landed in Barcelona to attend the first ever Philea Forum. In addition to representing Candid, I was there to learn about trends in European philanthropy and explore opportunities for collaboration. Philea…

By Cesar Del Valle (he/him)

June 21, 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

SXSW 2022: Using Data to Advance Racial Equity featuring Ann Mei Chang and Meme Styles

“We have a collective responsibility to both create a level playing field and address the historical injustices that leave some on the sidelines. Together, we can create a social sector that's more efficient, effective, and equitable.” -Ann Mei Chang, CEO…

By Kate Meyers Emery, Ph.D. (she/her)

March 29, 2022

Arts Month 2020 recap and highlights

As we aim to continue providing you with the resources you need to do good in a virtual environment, we have adapted our programming. At the New York Learning Center, October has traditionally been a time for artists and arts and culture organizations to come to learn more about how…

By Elizabeth Zevada (she/her/ella) and Alicia Hyman (she/her)

December 15, 2020

7 privacy tips for nonprofit video conferences and online events

With social distancing and widespread lockdowns in effect due to COVID-19, many nonprofits are using online video conferencing as a solution. Please don’t let the ease of video conferencing fool your organization, though: the platforms still come with plenty of…

By Samuel Bocetta

August 6, 2020