Welcome to NCRP's publications page. Please see below for links to our most popular publications. Are you looking for a publication that isn't on this list? Contact us at community[at] to get a copy!

$1 Billion for Ideas: Conservative Think Thanks in the 1990s
by David Callahan

Axis of Ideology: Conservative Foundations and Public Policy
by Jeff Krehely, Meaghan House and Emily Kernan

Criteria for Philanthropy at Its Best: Benchmarks to Assess and Enhance Grantmaker Impact
by Niki Jagpal

Cultivating Nonprofit Leadership: A (Missed?) Philanthropic Opportunity
by Niki Jagpal and Ryan Schlegel

Families Funding Change: How Social Justice Giving Honors Our Roots and Strengthens Communities
by Niki Jagpal and Ryan Schlegel

Freedom Funders: Philanthropy & The Civil Rights Movement
by Sean Dobson

Funding the Culture Wars: Philanthropy, Church and State
by John Russell

Leveraging Limited Dollars: How Grantmakers Achieve Tangible Results by Funding Policy and Community Engagement
by Lisa Ranghelli

Philamplify: Daniels Fund - How Can This Colorado Grantmaker Fuse Donor Vision With Community Needs For Greater Impact?
by Kevin Laskowski

Philamplify: Hess Foundation - Will This Secretive Foundation Evolve Beyond Checkbook Philanthropy?
by Elizabeth Myrick

Philamplify: Lumina Foundation For Education - Can a Champion for College Attainment Up Its Game?
by Victor Kuo

Philamplify: New York Community Trust - How Can This Equity Funder Rally Donors And Deepen Grassroots Engagement to Further Its Impact?
by Lisa Ranghelli and Caitlin Duffy

Philamplify: Oregon Community Foundation - Can it Build a Statewide Legacy of Equity and Inclusion?
by Lisa Ranghelli and Caitlin Duffy

Philamplify: Robert W. Woodruff Foundation - Will Atlanta's Quiet Changemaker Adapt to 21st Century Opportunities?
by Elizabeth Myrick

Philamplify: The California Endowment - How Can This Leading Health Equity Funder Bolster Its Community Impact? 
by Gita Gulati-Partee

Philamplify: The Kresge Foundation - Will This Bold Grantmaker Become The Next Great Social Justice Foundation?
by Elizabeth Myrick

Philamplify: Walton Family Foundation - How Can This Market-Oriented Grantmaker Advance Community-Led Solutions for Greater Equity? 
by Gita Gulati-Partee

Philamplify: William Penn Foundation - Is Philadelphia's Leading Philanthropy Back On Track? 
by Lisa Ranghelli

Real Results: Why Strategic Philanthropy is Social Justice Philanthropy
by Niki Jagpal and Kevin Laskowski

Responsive Philanthropy Article Archive
Fall 2015 | Winter 2015/16 | Spring 2016 | Summer 2016

Rural Philanthropy: Building Dialogue From Within
by Rachael Swierzewski 

Smashing Silos in Philanthropy: Multi-Issue Advocacy and Organizing for Real Results
by Niki Jagpal and Kevin Laskowski

The Waltons and Wal-Mart: Self-Interested Philanthropy
by Betty Feng and Jeff Krehely

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