Soon to be released Volume 5, Issue 2 of The Foundation Review, features tools, results, and activities from the sector. This is an unthemed issue and many articles carry through on the collaboration theme of the Grantmakers for Effective Philanthropy co-edited issue on collaboration. Other articles offer insights into broad sector concerns.
Authors from the Center for Evaluation Innovation and Patrizi Associates present new findings about what foundations are doing on evaluation. Authors from Desert Vista Consulting, the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health, and Maine Health Access Foundation focus on how to achieve collective accountability and sustainable systems change. In another article about the sector, an author from Wake Forest School of Medicine argues that funders should support naturally emerging networks.
An author from the Cultural Center for Social Change provides a thoughtful reflection on the importance of artists in leading grassroots movements and highlights models for leadership-development training for cultural activists.