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    Be part of the solution to the Greater Washington region's affordable housing crisis. Learn more about WRAG's impact investing initiative with Enterprise Community Loan Fund.


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    Members: Find out who is funding what and where in our region. Thank you to the many members who have already signed on to the Get on the Map campaign!


  • Washington AIDS Partnership

    Learn about the work of the Washington AIDS Partnership, its AmeriCorps team (at right), and how you can join the fight against HIV/AIDS in our region. Visit the website.

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  • Choose WRAG to Be Your Fiscal Sponsor

    Are you looking for a 501(c)(3) home for your philanthropic project or funder collaborative? Let WRAG handle the back office so you can focus on your mission. Learn more here.

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Latest News

May 24, 2016
Registration for WRAG's Nonprofit Summer Learning Series, offered in partnership with Booz Allen Hamilton, is now open!
May 12, 2016
Today WRAG submitted a letter on behalf of the region's philanthropic community to DC Council Chairman Phil Mendelson, calling on the Council to maintain funding for out-of-school and summer programming for DC's children and youth.
May 9, 2016
Are you hiring? Looking for a job in the region's nonprofit or philanthropic sector? Visit WRAG's new and improved job board!

Upcoming Events

Jun 2016

This is the second event in WRAG's 2016 education speaker series.

Jun 2016

This is the final session in the Putting Racism on the Table series.

Jun 2016

This highly interactive training will allow funders to explore how to overcome existing challenges and begin institutionalizing the practices needed to address structural racialization, implicit bias, white privilege, and more.


Letter to the Editor: "Nonprofits Need to Talk About Race, Not Just Diversity"

WRAG president Tamara Lucas Copeland writes, "I am not minimizing the importance of diversity. I’m simply suggesting that if we don’t also dig deeper into the issues of race and racism and their impact on our day-to-day lives, we will have only touched the surface of the social and racial inequities that continue to plague this country. We will have added shellac to a wood floor that hasn’t been sanded smooth. The floor may shine from a distance, but close up we’ll see the roughness, and we will keep getting splinters when we walk across it.

We can’t do that anymore. Our communities are splintered by misunderstandings and actions that are grounded in race and racism — often unconscious, often hidden by institutional behavior that has had decades to become embedded."