Why is the food system important to philanthropy? Because hunger, food insecurity, nutrition-related chronic disease, the health of our region’s resource lands and waterways, wages, and equal opportunity in the food economy all converge in our region's food system.
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What Funders Need to Know: How Do Teachers Become Great?
Common Grant Application User Guide
Common Letter of Inquiry User Guide
“Affordable housing” can seem like a vague term, but it has a specific definition. For a home to be affordable, it means that the amount a person spends – rent/mortgage, insurance, taxes, and utilities – is less than 30% of the household income.
WRAG's Year in Review summary 2010, plus mid-year report
WRAG's Year in Review summary 2012
2007-2008 series on new partnerships in Greater Washington's philanthropic community.
A directory of nonprofits in wards 7 and 8, originally published in 2005.
A summary of a September 2013 convening of the region's food policy councils.
This edition of What Funders Need to Know looks at the connections between housing and health.
On October 17 2014, Washington Regional Food Funders welcomed more than 100 participants to Funding Greater Washington’s Food System: Opportunities Available through the 2014 Farm Bill at Gannett Headquarters in McLean, VA.
Frequently Asked Questions about the Get on the Map campaign, the Foundation Maps platform, and the Foundation Center's e-reporting process.
The 2016 edition of WRAG's annual report on philanthropy in the region.