Nonprofit profiles: advancing equity through data
Inequitable access to funding in the social sector remains a persistent problem, negatively impacting our collective ability to do good. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Addressing these inequities and inefficiencies is inherent to Candid’s promise to support a social sector capable of tackling the critical challenges and opportunities of our time.
The importance of talking about—and collecting data on—race to improve racial equity
Not so long ago, the word “race” was something that many people shied away from—a four-letter word not to be spoken in polite company. Similarly, “racial equity” and “racial justice” were terms mostly used by advocates and experts. But language has power. Not mincing words when it comes to issues like racism is especially critical.
The enduring value of lessons learned
Across the social sector, there’s one thing we can all agree on: data and knowledge are crucial to our collective success. With that in mind, Candid recently updated and refreshed our knowledge management platform, Issue Lab, doubling down on our commitment to connect people who want to change the world with the resources they need to do it.
Introducing Candid Learning for Funders
Today marks the launch of Candid Learning for Funders, your new destination for field guides, blogs, training, and tools designed to improve the practice of grantmaking. Beginning today, Candid’s funder field guides, self-paced courses, and learning tools that were previously found on Grantcraft.org will now be part of Candid Learning for Funders.
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