Meet the inspiring next gen donors who are featured in Generation Impact and learn about the organizations and causes they support.
FEATURED IN CHAPTER 2
Tipping Point fights poverty in the Bay Area for the 1.3 million people too poor to meet their basic needs. Since 2005, Tipping Point has raised more than $150 million to educate, employ, house and support those in need in the Bay Area. Last year alone, we helped put 23,000 people on a path out of poverty.
FEATURED IN CHAPTER 3
Global Press Institute
Global Press exists to create a more just and informed world by employing local women journalists to produce ethical, accurate news coverage from the world’s least-covered places.
The Accountability Lab catalyzes a new generation of active citizens and responsible leaders around the world. We train, mentor, and resource local changemakers to strengthen systems of accountability and unleash positive social and economic change.
Aspen Institute Youth & Engagement Programs
Youth & Engagement Programs incubate and grow programs that work directly with young people ages 14 to 24 in urban and rural communities nationwide.
FEATURED IN CHAPTERS 4 & 8
The ImPact is a social enterprise empowering families to make more impact investments more effectively.
Rockefeller Brothers Fund
The Rockefeller Brothers Fund advances social change that contributes to a more just, sustainable, and peaceful world.
The Japan Society
Japan Society is the leading U.S. organization committed to deepening mutual understanding between the United States and Japan in a global context. Now in its second century, the Society serves audiences across the United States and abroad through innovative programs in arts and culture, public policy, business, language and education.
FEATURED IN CHAPTER 5
Creative Time is a public arts organization that works with artists to contribute to the dialogues, debates and dreams of our times.
Brooklyn Museum of Art
The Brooklyn Museum of Art’s mission is to create inspiring encounters with art that expand the ways we see ourselves, the world and its possibilities. They believe that great art and courageous conversations are catalysts for a more connected, civic, and empathetic world.
FEATURED IN CHAPTER 5
Cobscook Community Learning Center
The Cobscook Community Learning Center creates responsive educational opportunities that strengthen personal, community, and global well-being.
Cultivating Community creates and sustains greater access to healthy, local foods; empowers people to play many roles in restoring the local, sustainable food system; and models, teaches, and advocates for ecological food production.
Outdoors Empowered Network
The Outdoors Empowered Network aims to affect a generation by connecting youth to nature by breaking down the barriers to access—fear, expensive equipment, transportation, and trained adults to take them on immersive outdoor trips. It is a growing a network of Member Programs to share resources and amplify impact by creating opportunities for as many youth as possible to experience wilderness.
FEATURED IN CHAPTER 6
A Better Balance
A Better Balance leverages the power of the law to ensure that no worker has to make the impossible choice between their job and their family. When all working parents and caregivers have a fair shot in the workplace, our families, our communities, and our nation are healthier and stronger.
American Ballet Theater
These are the keys to the future generations of dancers and dance aficionados. A seed that is planted. An imagination, captured. One of ABT’s main missions is to ensure that the traditions of dance and movement are sustained and carried on. Through exposure and celebration, education and training.
Woman's Project Theater
WP Theater (Formerly known as Women’s Project Theater) is the nation’s oldest and largest theater company dedicated to developing, producing and promoting the work of female-identified and trans theater artists at every stage in their careers. For nearly four decades we have served as leaders at the forefront of a global movement towards gender parity, and the example we set and the artists we have fostered have grown into to a robust and thriving community of female writers and directors in theater and beyond.
FEATURED IN CHAPTER 6
Code.org® is a non-profit dedicated to expanding access to computer science and increasing participation by women and underrepresented minorities. Code.org organizes the annual Hour of Code campaign which has engaged 10% of all students in the world and provides the leading curriculum for K-12 computer science in the largest school districts in the United States.
FEATURED IN CHAPTER 7
Slingshot’s mission is to inspire the Jewish community—and grow its capacity—to innovate, focusing on the role of philanthropy in supporting that innovation. Every year, Slingshot publishes a guide of the most relevant Jewish organizations/programs from across the country. We then facilitate a giving circle of next-gen philanthropists who use the guide as the pool for eligible proposals. Lastly, we organize the only convening for both innovators and funders of Jewish innovation in one room for joint networking and learning.
New Israel Fund
NIF helps Israel live up to its founders' vision of a state that ensures complete equality of social and political rights to all its inhabitants. Our aim is to advance liberal democracy, including freedom of speech and minority rights, and to fight inequality, injustice, and extremism. NIF has been credited with creating a vibrant civil society in Israel, by providing funding and capacity building consulting to organizations across the country.
Jindas works on urban regeneration in the City of Lod, Israel. Our multi-dimensional strategy involves both improving physical space and bolstering key community support systems. We believe that responding to the needs of the communities we serve, and involving community members in all aspects of the neighborhood revitalization process, builds trust as a foundation for long term success and sustainability. Jindas' initiatives focus on five distinct but interdependent fields of action: Economic Development, Housing, Community Relations & Education, Tourism and Environment.
Diverse Asset Managers Initiative
DAMI's mission is to increase the utilization of diverse (minority and women owned) asset managers by foundation and university endowments, pension funds, and other entities with investible assets. DAMI recently published a Fiduciary Guide to provide a step by step guide to how trustees can help make this change within their institutions.
FEATURED IN CHAPTERS 8 & 9
John R. Seydel
The Foundation was created in 1990 and is committed to preventing damage to the natural systems - water, air, and land - on which all life depends.
United Nations Foundation
When disaster strikes, the world turns to one organization for hope, help, leadership, and coordination: the United Nations. When there is peace to keep between warring factions, the world asks the UN to mobilize peacekeepers, oversee elections, and create stability. In the face of challenges such as climate change, disease or poverty, the United Nations provides the platform for international cooperation.
IDEAS for Us
$1,000 Micro-Grant Solutions Fund: The IDEAS for Us Solutions Fund is a source of support for projects worldwide which create scalable solutions for the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals.
Fleet Farming strives to reduce the environmental impact of food production through a pedal-powered, hyperlocal urban farming model that creates a culture of health and vibrant ecosystems by: teaching an intergenerational fleet of volunteers how to grow their own food, activating and re-engaging the community through biweekly Swarm Rides, and creating a breathe free and biodiverse environment through emissions-free, organic farming.
Captain Planet Foundation
Captain Planet Foundation’s programs, Project Learning Garden and Project Hero, are two of the coolest, most exciting projects that I have the pleasure of supporting and interacting with first hand and implementing through my work with the city of Atlanta.
FEATURED IN CHAPTER 9
The Alexander Soros Foundation
Alexander Soros is the founder of The Alexander Soros Foundation, which promotes civil rights, social justice and education by making grants to cutting-edge organizations in the United States and abroad.
We campaign to change the system by exposing the economic networks behind conflict, corruption & environmental abuse.
Libraries Without Borders
Creating the innovative and open library of the 21st century, BSF is dedicated to the education and information of those who are most vulnerable.
National Domestic Workers Alliance
The National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA) is the nation’s leading voice for dignity and fairness for the millions of domestic workers in the United States, most of whom are women. Founded in 2007, NDWA works for the respect, recognition, and inclusion in labor protections for domestic workers. The national alliance is powered by over 60 affiliate organizations—plus our first local chapter in Atlanta—of over 20,000 nannies, housekeepers, and caregivers for the elderly in 36 cities and 17 states.
FEATURED IN CHAPTER 10
Cynthia & George Mitchell Foundation
The Texas-based Cynthia and George Mitchell Foundation, with offices in Austin and The Woodlands, is a mission‐driven grantmaking foundation that seeks innovative, sustainable solutions for human and environmental problems. The foundation works as an engine of change in both policy and practice in Texas, supporting high-impact projects at the nexus of environmental protection, social equity, and economic vibrancy.
Puente a la Salud Comunitaria
Puente a la Salud Comunitaria contributes to food sovereignty and advances the health and well-being of rural communities in Mexico by promoting the cultivation, consumption and commercialization of amaranth.
The Philanthropy Workshop
The Philanthropy Workshop inspires, transforms, and catalyzes a network of effective philanthropists as a means to a more just, sustainable, and enriching world. The Philanthropy Workshop believes that philanthropy, pursued with humility and care, is essential to our individual and collective wellbeing.
FEATURED IN CHAPTER 11
The Maverick Collective brings together philanthropists who use their true net worth to create change. They consulted global experts, including PSI's technical teams, to identify six key health areas that offer the greatest return on investment for transforming the lives of girls and women in the developing world. Investing in these areas will help achieve several of the Global Goals for Sustainable Development.
We wish to thank those committed funders whose support helped make this book possible:
Andrea & Charles Bronfman Philanthropies, Frieda C. Fox Foundation, Frey Foundation, Grand Valley State University, Max M. & Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation, Shelley & Sheldon Goldseker, Tarsadia Foundation and Tecovas Foundation.