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The Fidelity Charitable Trustees' Initiative is a direct grantmaking program of Fidelity Charitable separate from its donor-advised fund program. Last fiscal year, the Trustees' Initiative made 23 grants totaling $6.4 million to strengthen the resilience, sustainability and effectiveness of the social sector's infrastructure.
To achieve this mission, the Trustees' Initiative provides funding for the shared resources, information, networks, research and advocacy that all donors and nonprofits need to achieve their intended impact. Its grantmaking is focused on programs, projects and organizations that:
Enhance individual donors' ability to make effective and informed giving decisions.
Strengthen intermediaries and networks that provide information, research and advocacy needed by nonprofits to achieve their intended impact.
Annual report highlights stories of eight standout leaders; emphasizes leadership development as integral to Kresge's mission.
Lilly Endowment, Inc.;
Each year, we publish an annual report to share in-depth stories about the work of our grantees in religion, community development, and education and youth programs. The publication also offers a list of grants made that year and a thorough financial report.
Burton D. Morgan Foundation, The;
In 2018, Burton D. Morgan Foundation planted the seeds of entrepreneurship around Northeast Ohio through our work in grantmaking, ecosystem building, and knowledge sharing. Below, we are pleased to present the fruits of our labor.
W.K. Kellogg Foundation;
Explore seven grantee stories, letters from our leaders and a look at our Year in Review – each reaffirming WKKF priorities of thriving children, working families and equitable communities, while highlighting the many levels of dynamic interconnections, essential to lasting change.
Sustainable Ocean Alliance;
The World Economic Forum sets the agenda for the rest of the year, and often has a lot of competing issues fighting for attention. In this midst, Sustainable Ocean Alliance (SOA) launches its inaugural State of Our Ocean Annual Report. Those in the most vulnerable positions, such as small island states or poorer coastal regions have been noticing this change for years. It is now time to take action to reverse this decline. Nishan Degnarain, editor of the inaugural State of Our Ocean Report gathers scientific knowledge from Professor Doug McCauley of the University of California in Santa Barbara and interviews from SOA Community Voices to define a framework for 2019 ocean priorities. The report will be an annual assessment of the health of our ocean, and by releasing it at the start of the year, SOA hopes it will be able to— not only diagnose the challenges facing our ocean— but set a direction for government and business leaders to take common action.