Categorized as: About us, Grantmaking strategy, Our Partners, Stories & Tagged as: Grantee news, Reports, Sally Skees-Helly on June 3, 2017.
By Sally Skees-Helly, Program Officer and Board CFO Author’s note: Hey Everyone, It’s Sally here. Like many Americans, I work more than one job: I’m an attorney and small-business owner (doing the difficult but necessary work of...Read more
Categorized as: About us, Africa, Asia, Caribbean, Education, Girls & women, Grantee, Grantmaking strategy, Job Creation, Latin America, Middle East, MY JOB book and community, Our Partners, Poverty Alleviation, Social-impact investments, Stories, U.S., Youth & Tagged as: 2016, Annual report on December 3, 2016.
Editor’s note: Winter brings snow, candles, family, and festivities–for some. For others, the long nights strike the loneliest chord and the cold days bring too little comfort and food. We join you, our friends and collaborators in our quiet, ongoing...Read more
Categorized as: About us, Grantmaking strategy, Stories & Tagged as: Exponent Philanthropy, Lessons learned, Philanthropy, Video storytelling on July 30, 2016.
By Suzanne Skees Exponent Philanthropy, the largest U.S. association of funders at 2,200 members, provides educational programs and connections to help members maximize their giving dollars. Exponent believes that “relationships come first” and...Read more
Categorized as: About us, Job Creation, MY JOB book and community, Stories, Storytelling on July 15, 2016.
By Suzanne Skees Help boost our rankings by ordering your book TODAY! Every reader matters: today, this weekend, this month, this movement. The book MY JOB is a collection of stories, told by real people in their own voices, about their work and lives across the U.S....Read more
Categorized as: About us, Africa, Education, Grantee, Our Partners, Stories, Storytelling, Youth & Tagged as: Dreams, Family, John Medo, Scholarship, Tragic death, Tribute on April 2, 2016.
Advancing Girls Education: AGE Africa,
Akilah Institute for Women,
Asante Africa Foundation,
Kiretono Resource Centre through AID Tanzania.
By Suzanne Skees John’s brother Eli says: “We don’t want to say goodbye. He was a dream boy–one of our most shining stars disappearing–as simple as that.” This week, my dear young friend John Medo, the inspiration for and first...Read more