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Four Ways to Support our Immigrant Communities in 2022

A blog post reflecting on how community foundations and philanthropy support organizations can support immigrant families and others that are in the process of migration.

Community foundations step up to reduce child poverty

Community foundations are stepping up to ensure access and availability to important tax credits for years to come.

A Mexican Community Foundation Talks About Fostering Community Engagement

An interview with Fundación Comunitaria Malinalco.

MacKenzie Scott and Dan Jewett invest in community foundation momentum

We are pleased to announce that philanthropist MacKenzie Scott and her husband Dan Jewett have chosen to make a gift to CFLeads.

Diverse group of friends cleanup a park during a charity event. They are standing with their arms around one another.

We can turn the tide on gun violence

CFLeads will be offering community foundations opportunities to explore further their role in preventing gun violence in their communities.

A Tale of Two Cities: Advancing Racial Equity in Cincinnati

This story was written as a collaboration between CFLeads and Greater Cincinnati Foundation.

How can we help to create a new “normal” through philanthropy?

A bilingual blog post reflecting on a recent webinar from Urban Institute with the National Association for Latino Community Asset Builders.

Working Toward Shared Prosperity in Rochester, NY

This story was written as a collaboration between CFLeads and Rochester Area Community Foundation.

A photo of a typical small town main street in the United States of America. Features old brick buildings with specialty shops and restaurants. Decorated with spring flowers and American flags.

Facebook Community Fund helps community foundations “go all in”

Seven community foundations across the U.S. now have the opportunity to lean in on one of the three areas of community leadership momentum identified in Going All In.

New grants from the Building Broader Communities in the Americas initiative

Five community foundations across the U.S. and Mexico will launch initiatives to strengthen relationships within and between transnational communities through new grants.