WRAG's president shares her thoughts on three important trends in philanthropy that she believes will impact the region this year.
WRAG's Gretchen Greiner-Lott encourages funders and nonprofits to use their voice in support of the Johnson Amendment.
Last month, the Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers announced a new vision to expand its scope beyond regional associations like WRAG. Tamara Copeland explains why this is a an exciting development for the philanthropic sector.
With the announcement of the Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties forthcoming community awareness campaign, WRAG’s Katy Moore and Amy Owen, ED of the foundation, take a closer look at poverty in Loudoun County – a place typically portrayed as having great wealth.
A look at the impact WRAG's Putting Racism on the Table series is having on funders in the region.
WRAG president Tamara Copeland reflects on the funding challenges facing D.C.'s HIV/AIDS nonprofit community.
WRAG's Tamara Copeland urges philanthropy to take a leadership role on addressing gun violence in America.
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.