Grantees’ Open Letter Accuses Grant Maker of Bias and Lack of Transparency

In the case of the Artist Trust, that includes grantees. In general, however, philanthropy provides few avenues for grantees to make their grievances known. Lisa Ranghelli, senior director of evaluation and learning at the National Committee for Responsible Philanthropy, says the current calls for racial justice may help grantees gain a louder voice in the grant-making process.

Read the entire article in The Chronicle of Philanthropy.