The Fund for Shared Insight today announced it will award over $2.6M in 2016 to five existing grantees to continue their work improving philanthropy and to one new grantee for feedback research. The original round of grants was awarded to a group of 14 nonprofits in 2015 to strengthen feedback systems and increase foundation openness.
Of the original cohort, the following five grantees who each had one-year grants will receive additional multiyear funding to continue their efforts:
- Feedback Labs (hosted by Development Gateway)
- Keystone Accountability (for the Feedback Commons)
- YouthTruth (a project of the Center for Effective Philanthropy)
- Exponent Philanthropy
Read Shared Insight’s news release for further details.
The Fund for Shared Insight is a sponsored project of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors and is co-chaired by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and the Ford Foundation. Other participating funders include the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, The JPB Foundation, Liquidnet, the Rita Allen Foundation and the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.
Shared Insight encourages foundations and nonprofits to listen to the people we seek to help, act on what we hear and openly share what we learn. For more information, please visit www.fundforsharedinsight.org.