As the South Grows: Bearing Fruit
Explores how areas of Southern cities such as Metro Atlanta offer opportunities to learn ways to confront and eliminate structural barriers that will have effects on other parts of the country. Discusses rural-specific considerations, as well.
Author(s): Ryan Schlegel, Stephanie Peng Date: 02/2018 Type: Document Sponsoring organization: National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy view details
The Lonely Rural Funder's Guide to Networking
Blog post examining the benefits of networking and encouraging rural funders to employ a type of creative thinking that is different from that used by urban philanthropic organizations. Includes ideas for promoting networking for rural healthcare institutions.
Author(s): Allen Smart Date: 02/2018 Type: Document Sponsoring organization: Exponent Philanthropy view details
Leveraging Research and Philanthropy to Reduce Crime and Violence in the Mississippi Delta
Explores how foundations fund public safety projects, focusing on Phillips County, Arkansas and Coahoma County, Mississippi. Features background on violence and crime in rural areas, including a description of the research literature. Proposes framework for selecting and implementing violence prevention and intervention on the community level.
Author(s): Jessica Saunders, Dionne Barnes-Proby, Samuel Peterson Date: 2018 Type: Document Sponsoring organization: RAND Corporation view details
As the South Grows: Weathering the Storm
Discusses the impact of environmental change on the social and economic systems of the South and how climate change may disproportionately harm the South's already struggling communities. Presents opportunities and supporting information for foundations, hoping to encourage climate-related philanthropy throughout the South.
Author(s): Ryan Schlegel, Stephanie Peng Date: 11/2017 Type: Document Sponsoring organization: National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy view details
Foundations' Efforts To Improve Rural Health Care
Highlights several rural-specific, foundation-funded projects that are working to address challenges associated with rural health and healthcare. Includes examples in the following problem areas: access, care delivery, publications, quality of care, and rural philanthropy.
Citation: Health Affairs, 36(11), 2023-2025 Date: 11/2017 Type: Document view details
Aging in Rural America: Overlooked Needs, Quiet Strength
Slides from a July 31, 2017 presentation highlighting the work of Grantmakers in Aging through its rural aging initiative. Includes tips for successful rural aging projects.
Author(s): Cindy Padilla Date: 07/2017 Type: Presentation Slides Sponsoring organization: Grantmakers In Aging view details
Leveraging Resources for Greater Impact
Video highlighting the Rural Health Care Coordination Network Partnership. Describes the benefits of this federal-private partnership, which connects federal grantees with local philanthropic organizations for additional support, to help improve health in their rural communities.
Date: 07/2017 Type: Video/Multimedia Sponsoring organization: Rural Health Information Hub view details
As the South Grows: Strong Roots
Explores the connection between community-driven economic development and equity in the South, particularly in the Lowcountry and Coal Country. Focuses on promoting systemic, long-term economic change in the South through culturally sensitive, locally controlled philanthropic investments.
Author(s): Ryan Schlegel, Stephanie Peng Date: 06/2017 Type: Document Sponsoring organization: National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy view details