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.
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This report from Grantmakers in the Arts discusses practices that arts funders have adopted which have inadvertently contributed to the chronic undercapitalization of the sector and suggests practices for the future.
WRAG's Year in Review summary 2011
After watching the video of James Bell discussing mass incarceration, use these discussion questions to start a conversation with your colleagues.
David Williams's keynote speech & Holly Bass's performance at WRAG's 2015 Annual Meeting.
Testimony of Gretchen Greiner-Lott, WRAG, and Diana Meyer, Citi Community Development and WRAG Board Member, before Mayor-Elect Muriel Bowser’s Transition Team Regarding Affordable Housing
In the 2018 edition of the Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers’ Our Region, Our Giving report, we take a look at WRAG member giving in the Greater Washington region in 2017. This snapshot of our membership’s philanthropy represents over $217.6 million in giving to nonprofit organizations that serve the region and nearly $3.6 billion in assets.