Tamara Copeland explains why philanthropy is ready to partner with the academic and business communities to advance our region's economic development.
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A detailed directory and analysis of the nonprofit organizations that are located in Wards 7 and 8 
The purpose of this research is to examine the current situation of the philanthropic roles and contributions by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac in the Washington metropolitan area, and how their roles and funding of the region’s nonprofit community may change in the near future.
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 summary of a September 2013 convening of the region's food policy councils.
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.
In 2015, the Taproot Foundation conducted an comprehensive study to identify what WRAG's impact is, and if and how the organization helps its membership be more effective and responsible in their philanthropy.
A quick look at recent giving by foundations and corporations in the Greater Washington region.
The Metropolitan Washington, D.C. area is home to more than four million people who live in the city and the surrounding Virginia and Maryland communities. All of us who live here hope that we, our families, friends and neighbors can be healthy and stay healthy throughout our lives. But how healthy are we?
Join the Arts & Humanities Working Group for an overview of challenges and opportunities facing nonprofit arts organizations throughout the region.
This brown bag is a first effort to ascertain whether there's interest in developing a series of formal or informal meetings and learning opportunities, and to learn about a new fund that has been created to support LGBTQ health and wellness.
Join WRAG and the Community Foundation for the National Capital Region for a special briefing on affordable housing in the Greater Washington region.
The Community Foundation for the National Capital Region has released a landmark new study on the gaps in affordable housing in the Washington region.
This day long meeting is a chance for a range of stakeholders, including funders of all kinds to learn about U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) programs and funding opportunities available through the 2014 Farm Bill.
In a letter to the editor of the Washington Business Journal, Tamara Copeland applauded recent calls for a regional summit to address Greater Washington's long-term economic development.