The Arcus and NoVo Foundations are heading into new terrain on equity and inclusion. With Arcus as the lead funder investing $15 million over the next five years, and NoVo and other partners committing another $5 million, these funders are seeking to bring in from the margins transgender people who are being excluded from many of today’s opportunities, and face higher rates of violence, unemployment, and homelessness.
Source: Why These Two Funders Are Linking Up to Advance the Frontiers of Social Inclusion – Inside Philanthropy: Fundraising Intelligence – Inside Philanthropy
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What happens to people on the margins can happen to anyone.