“The door is open, and it’s up to us to make sure that not only does the door stay open, but that we push it further open.” – Theo Sowa

From pledges to new technologies and changes in grantmaking practices, it certainly feels like the last few years have revealed positive shifts towards more and better quality funding for social and climate justice. But how widespread are these changes and will they be sustained? In what ways are they transformative, and in what ways are they not? Maybe most importantly: how can these shifts open our collective imagination about what else could be possible, and inspire us to keep shaping the future of funding?

In our latest publication, Liliane Loya, Ellen Sprenger and Lucas Paulson capture recent funding trends and explore critical questions with thought leaders and practitioners in the field of funding and philanthropy.

Read the publication by clicking here or on the report cover below.