Category: Resident-Led Grantmaking
Resident-led grantmaking, with grantmaking committees composed of residents from the neighborhoods that are targeted for capacity building grants, is an emerging trend within the field of grassroots grantmaking. Read about what we have been doing to foster and share learning about resident-led grantmaking and check out the resources on specific questions associated with resident-led grantmaking that are shared in this special section of our website.
The priorities you set for your grantmaking committee, the way they are treated, and the way that committee is managed – whether you intend it
The characteristics and outlook of the committee members are what differentiates resident-led grantmaking from other forms of committee-led grantmaking. When using resident-led grantmaking, the grantmaking
One of the things that is really fabulous is the way neighbors and everyday folks address the topic of conflict of interest. There have been
My organization had received grants from the Raymond John Wean Foundation in the past. I felt that it was important, at least to me, to
“We give you permission to stop.” “We give you permission to stop.” These are the words Tom O’Brien, Neighborhood Connections’ Program Director, says anytime he