Philanthropy News Digest, a daily news service of Candid, picked up the November announcement of the recipients of the 2021 J.M.K. Innovation Prize, as well
The Chronicle of Philanthropy published "Leaders in Nonprofit Innovation Show How Power Dynamics in Philanthropy Are Shifting," an article written by our Chairman Peter Davidson and Executive Director Amy Freitag. This article illustrates how the J.M.K. Innovation Prize introduced
Grist featured the work of Michelle Shively at Rural Action, a member of the 2019 Innovation Prize awardee True Pigments, for turning the acidic run-off from Sunday Creek into iron oxide pigments.
Rachel Johnson-Farias of Esq. Apprentice was quoted in the New York Times article, "Apprenticeship a Growing Alternative to College (and Debt)."
Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project sent their staff to the U.S.-Mexico border to learn about the most recent changes to immigration policy and see the impacts first-hand. Learn more about their experience by listening to this episode of Slate's Amicus