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NCRP adds a new board member and announces staff restructuring

Written by: NCRP

Date: September 26, 2019

We're excited to announced that NCRP's board yesterday elected Michael Roberts as a new director. “We couldn’t be happier about Mike joining the board,” said the Rev. Dr. Starsky Wilson, president and CEO of Deaconess Foundation… Read More

“Where’re you from and what are you?” Is your label celebrated?

Written by: , Ryan Schlegel

Date: May 31, 2019

  "Where you from?" Nice people have demanded this of me for most of my life with good intentions, but oblivious to my discomfort and hesitancy. Because of the way I speak, I stand in an unwanted… Read More

Recapping a big year for NCRP

Written by: Caitlin Duffy

Date: December 27, 2018

We recently announced NCRP’s new Selections Committee and call for Ambassadors for the 2019 Impact Awards, which was a great way to close out a stellar year. To share more highlights from 2018, I invited summaries… Read More

Refuse to do business with firms that undermine what your foundation stands for

Written by: Dan Petegorsky

Date: May 09, 2017

In a recent piece in the Chronicle of Philanthropy, sector leaders, including NCRP President and CEO Aaron Dorfman, asked if foundations are doing enough to respond to the challenges posed by the Trump administration. They mentioned… Read More

Calls to eliminate the Johnson Amendment part of a broader strategy to underwrite religious extremism

Written by: Dan Petegorsky

Date: February 22, 2017

In supporting foundations and nonprofits working for long-term, systemic change, one of NCRP’s greatest roadblocks is not the stringency of IRS regulations themselves, but the fear many foundations and their grantees have of running afoul of… Read More

Our top 10 blog posts of 2016

Written by: Peter Haldis

Date: December 30, 2016

In 2016, we added 80 new posts to NCRP’s blog. Below are the 10 most popular posts during the past 12 months. Thank you to all of our excellent contributors and our readers for helping us keep… Read More


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