In her latest column, WRAG president Tamara Copeland examines how home ownership, once the American dream that promised greater financial stability, has been reduced to just being able to afford an apartment for many in the Greater Washington region.
Nine students from the University of Maryland's Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership are working at WRAG member organizations this year.
WRAG president Tamara Copeland explains why we need to stop calling ourselves the "nonprofit" sector.
Following the recent tragic death of a nine-year-old boy after a brutal beating by his mother’s boyfriend, WRAG president Tamara Copeland asks whether philanthropy is doing enough to improve circumstances for children before things go this far.
Public officials, business leaders, and academics agree: Political will is the biggest challenge facing our region's ability to address its affordable housing shortage.
Tamara Copeland reports on three major initiatives that are promoting philanthropic effectiveness in our region.
Katy Moore recaps two of the big take-aways from last week's Foundation Finance Affinity Group meeting on excise tax rules.
WRAG president Tamara Copeland responds to a recent New York Times op-ed on oversight of philanthropy.
In her latest column, WRAG president Tamara Copeland reflects on a topic that likely impacts us all – information overload. Read how WRAG is working to become more effective and efficient in the age of too much information.
In her monthly column, WRAG president Tamara Copeland reflects on why good jobs are an important step to preventing the hopelessness that precipitated events in Baltimore.