Last month, WRAG's Racial Equity Working Group hosted a community briefing & conversation to explore the intersection of immigrant justice and racial justice. In this blog post, REWG member Claudia Williams (Washington Area Women's Foundation) shares strategies for how philanthropy can effectively partner and support the pro-immigrant movement
With the announcement of the Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties forthcoming community awareness campaign, WRAG’s Katy Moore and Amy Owen, ED of the foundation, take a closer look at poverty in Loudoun County – a place typically portrayed as having great wealth.
The Meyer Foundation's leadership reflects on john a. powell's presentation on structural racism.
Lynn Tadlock, deputy executive director of giving of the Claude Moore Charitable Foundation and vice chair of WRAG's board, explains why better cross-sector collaboration is needed in Loudoun County.
In their latest issue brief, the Washington Area Women's Foundation provides a look at the impact of poverty on women and girls in the Washington region.
A new report from the AARP Foundation and the Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies finds that the country is not ready to meet the housing needs of our rapidly aging population.
The Community Foundation for the National Capital Region has released a landmark new study on the gaps in affordable housing in the Washington region.
The Community Foundation for the National Capital Region released a new report on Latino youth in Montgomery County, MD.