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You do, too. Every day we are all asking questions—about COVID-19, about our democracy, about racial equity in our society, and about what we can do to help the world move forward. Candid gets you the information you need to do good. That starts with asking questions.
The majority of nonprofit organizations are positioned to weather this storm, but our models show anywhere from 3 to 38% of nonprofits in the U.S. may shut their doors.
Paypal has committed the most for racial equity issues—but not as much as the Ford Foundation or MacKenzie Scott.
Since 2011, foundations have invested $9 billion to help democracy deliver on its promise to the American people.
Foundations continue to fund the fight against climate change. This may not be headline news right now, but we continue to track it.
We've compiled a list of funds specifically established in the wake of coronavirus, and there's still time to apply for many.
We have free webinars and courses on everything from grants research to cultivating relationships to getting your organization listed on 200+ charitable sites.
Of the nonprofits who have shared their demographics with us, 14 percent are led by a Black executive. But we need more nonprofits to commit to transparency to get a better picture.
That depends on a lot of things. We have a test you can take to determine if you're ready—and find the resources you need if you decide to go for it.
Funders have already given billions for racial equity issues in 2020. But historically, gifts focused on African Americans are only about 2 percent of funding in the U.S.
The Newseum has received more of this funding since 2011 than any other nonprofit organization—$243.1 million.
Movements aren't the same as organizations, so in some cases a direct donation isn't possible. Find out if the movement that inspires you has a fiscal sponsor.