Our Region, Our Giving 2006
A detailed directory and analysis of the nonprofit organizations that are located in Wards 7 and 8 
Report of the former Out of School Time Task Force
A directory of nonprofits in wards 7 and 8, originally published in 2005.
In October 2001, the Children, Youth, and Families (CYF) Working Group of the Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers initiated a series of discussions about how best to address the challenges facing District youth.
A look at changes in D.C.'s wards 7 and 8 in 2004
Common Grant Application
Common Grant Application User Guide
Common Grant Report
Common Letter of Inquiry User Guide
Common Letter of Inquiry
WRAG members hosting Philanthropy Fellows are expected to conduct two written evaluations of their fellow during the course of the fellowship. This evaluation form is provided as a sample.
In 2014 WRAG’s Health Working Group changed its name to the Healthy Communities Working Group to better reflect the fact that community development, housing, education, food security, income, and the neighborhoods where people live, work, and play have more to do with the health of people and communities than medical care. In 2015 we developed a theory of change to help us make Greater Washington a region where communities across all jurisdictions are thriving, and all people are living their lives to their fullest potential.
David Williams's keynote speech & Holly Bass's performance at WRAG's 2015 Annual Meeting.
Jennifer Bradley's presentation and the following panel discussion at WRAG's 2015 Annual Meeting.
Do you want to learn how to strengthen relationships with existing corporate funders and attract the attention of future partners?
After watching the video of john powell discussing structural racism in America, use these discussion questions to start a conversation with your colleagues.