Groundbreaking study shows positive impact of Meyer’s capacity-building grants on nonprofit financial growthCapacity-building grant programs are intended to boost a nonprofit’s effectiveness, and with 77 percent of staffed grantmakers funding such efforts,* many in philanthropy must believe that investments produce positive outcomes for grantees. Until now, however, research in this area has been limited, making it difficult to assess the impact of this support beyond a typical grant period.
A Vision for an Equitable DC | Meyer partners with Consumer Health Foundation on new equity report and community initiativeLast week, the Meyer Foundation and the Consumer Health Foundation (CHF) convened community members, advocates, and policymakers in the District to unpack the findings of the new Urban Institute digital feature, A Vision for an Equitable DC. The report, commissioned by Meyer and CHF, takes an in-depth look at the state of equity among the District’s black, white, and Hispanic residents using ward-level data.
Young Leaders Concerned With Pay, Work-Life Balance, Report Says "Career seen as personally meaningful and satisfying"A skilled, committed, and diverse pool of next generation leaders would like to be nonprofit executive directors in the future, according to a new national survey of nearly 6,000 next generation leaders. However, the survey also finds that there are significant barriers: work-life balance, insufficient life-long earning potential, lack of mentorship and overwhelming fundraising responsibilities which may prevent many younger nonprofit staff from becoming executives.