Why is Capital One Funding Workforce Development in Health Care? – Workforce | Labor | Grants – Inside Philanthropy

The Bronx is a tough part of New York. More than 30 percent of Bronx residents live below the federal poverty line and unemployment is well above the national average, especially for young people of color. That’s why it’s so important that funders like Capital One Foundation are investing in workforce training, to help people get on the first rung of the employment ladder in health care.

via Why is Capital One Funding Workforce Development in Health Care? – Workforce | Labor | Grants – Inside Philanthropy.

This Nonprofit for Veterans Is Going From Renting to Owning, With Help from Two Funders – Housing – Inside Philanthropy

One irony that some housing groups face is that they’re renters, not owners, of their office spacesand are prey to the whims of the real estate market just like many of the people they’re trying to help. Among other things, outlays for rent can jack their overhead, diverting money from services and making them less appealing to donors.

This Nonprofit Is Going From Renting to Owning, With Help from Two Funders – Housing – Inside Philanthropy.

NEXT Awards Are One Way Funders Move Capital To Underserved Communities – Assets | Financial Inclusion | Grants – Inside Philanthropy

If you are a nonprofit that focuses on housing, should you apply for CDFI money? It’s probably a good idea to look into it. Funding from CDFIs has increased since 2008, and appears to be a growing trend.

NEXT Awards Are One Way Funders Move Capital To Underserved Communities – Assets | Financial Inclusion | Grants – Inside Philanthropy.

Childbuilders: “Prevention is the Heart of the Thing” – Children | Youth | Grants – Inside Philanthropy

One way to help ensure that kids turn into thriving adults is to reduce their exposure to abusive situations. That logic of prevention is why the Houston Endowment has long been investing in a nonprofit called Childbuilders.

Childbuilders: “Prevention is the Heart of the Thing” – Children | Youth | Grants – Inside Philanthropy.

From Appalachia, Another Example of Why This is a Golden Age of Energy Philanthropy – Inside Philanthropy

If you’re not tracking the explosion of giving by energy companies, you should be—especially if you raise money for STEM, higher ed, or workforce. Just look at this big give by Chevron in Appalachia.

From Appalachia, Another Example of Why This is a Golden Age of Energy Philanthropy   – Inside Philanthropy: Fundraising Intelligence – Inside Philanthropy.

A Bid to Tackle Youth Unemployment, With a Focus on Employers. But Will it Work? Inside Philanthropy

There’s keen interest right now in connecting young people of color to the work world, and the Rockefeller Foundation is a big funder in this tough terrain. One of their strategies? Changing employer attitudes.

A Bid to Tackle Youth Unemployment, With a Focus on Employers. But Will it Work?  – Inside Philanthropy: Fundraising Intelligence – Inside Philanthropy.