The Foundation Center's first report benchmarking the level of engagement of U.S. foundations in policy-related activities reflects an increase in grantmaker support for research, public education, and resources to policymakers in recent years. Key Facts on Foundations' Public Policy-related Activities finds that one-quarter of the more than 1,300 foundations that responded to a survey either fund or are engaged in such activities, with larger foundations far more likely to participate than smaller ones. In fact, more than half of those who engage in public policy-related activities increased their levels of support over the last five years.
Title: Key Facts on Foundations' Public Policy-related Activities
Publication date 2010-12-01
Publication Year 2010
North America / United States (Gulf Coast Region)
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, foundations public
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, foundation center
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