Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors
For The Fund For Shared Insight Donor Collaborative
Type of SupportGeneral Support/Program
Fund for Shared Insight is a funder collaborative. Its goal is that funders and nonprofits will be meaningfully more connected to each other, and to the people and communities it seeks to help — and more responsive to their input and feedback. Shared Insight has grown since its inception in July 2014. Today it includes 13 core funders and nearly 80 additional funders who collectively contribute roughly $8 million each year (on average) to a pooled fund at Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors. To date, the Fund has made 244 grants to 242 organizations totaling $22.7 million, and is committed to rigorous measurement and sharing what it learns.
About the Grantee
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Grants to this Grantee
for the Climate Emergency Collaboration Group
This grant supports the Climate Emergency Collaboration Group, a collaborative platform to bring together donors and leaders from the field to coordinate strategies, prioritize gaps, and deploy funds rapidly, based on the greatest need, in the lead-up to COP27 and beyond. (Substrategy: Multilateral)
for support of the New Pluralists
The New Pluralists, a fiscally sponsored project of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, seeks a paradigm shift in how Americans relate to each other across our differences. To do that, the collaborative hopes to catalyze a sea change in the mindsets, values, skills, and behaviors we embrace as individuals, and the behaviors we enact in our institutions and communities, in order to foster a bigger sense of “we” and equip all of us to work well together in a more pluralistic democracy.
for the Just Transition Fund
The Just Transition Fund creates economic opportunities for the frontline communities and workers hardest hit by the transition away from coal. The fund makes grants to help communities create 21st-century jobs, provides technical assistance to empower local leaders to act, and brings coal community leaders with economic and workforce development expertise to state and federal climate negotiating tables. (Substrategy: U.S. National Policy)