Fund the People seeks to maximize investment in the nonprofit workforce. Nonprofit professionals are part of the bedrock of civic life. Our communities, environment, and economy all benefit when nonprofit leaders have the support to not just survive, but to thrive. Fund the People argues that investing in the nonprofit workforce is the best thing we can do to increase performance and impact across the social sector. It is also a matter of ensuring social justice within the very organizations that work for social justice out in the world. To do that, they have created funder-specific and nonprofit-specific toolkits and resources, and an associated messaging campaign.
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Grants to this Grantee
for an organizational inquiry process to develop a plan for the growth of the California Environmental Rights Alliance