Funders Stick With a Think Tank for Workers, Whose Moment Has Now Arrived – Inside Philanthropy

We’ve been writing a lot lately about the role of philanthropy in influencing public policy, with examples of this popping up often in recent months—like the victorious battle for same-sex marriage, the mounting success of the “war on coal,” and the new overtime rule that the Obama administration recently proposed.

In regard to that overtime rule, we wrote about the National Employment Law Project, and all it has done to draw attention to weak and outdated labor regulations. NELP, we noted, has received $15 million in funding from the Ford Foundation since 2009.

via Funders Stick With a Think Tank for Workers, Whose Moment Has Now Arrived – Inside Philanthropy: Fundraising Intelligence – Inside Philanthropy.

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