Category Archives: Philanthropy

Making sense of new data funders need to know

Posted on by Michael Bzdak, Johnson & Johnson

The last few weeks witnessed a dramatic deluge of new reports full of interesting data as well as some important discussions around the use of data. As funders, we should all be using data to drive our decision-making but, as … Continue reading

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Serving Vets & Military Families

Posted on by Marsha Atkind, Executive Director, The Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey

On Memorial Day 2014, The Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey was among 30 foundations from across the United States that released a Philanthropy Joining Forces Impact Pledge to make sure that veterans and military families across the country receive the … Continue reading

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Q&A with Molly de Aguiar

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This is the third installment of our new series featuring Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation staff here on the Dodge Blog. We’re going to check in with what they’re learning and thinking about as they visit with nonprofits around the state, … Continue reading

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A Conversation for the Social Sector: How to Stop Fostering the Unexceptional

Posted on by Nina Stack, President, Council of New Jersey Grantmakers

This year the Council of New Jersey Grantmakers’ Spring Colloquium for the Social Sector will explore the notion of being fearless and how a philosophy of calculated risk can drive innovation. Discussing fearlessness and acknowledging failures is no easy task … Continue reading

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Q&A with Wendy Liscow

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This is the second installment of our new regular feature on the blog: interviews with Dodge staff. We’re going to check in with what they’re learning and thinking about as they visit with nonprofits around the state, and we’ll pepper … Continue reading

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