Like so many of you, we at TWI are wounded by the events of Charlottesville last weekend. Our values for equity, humility, critical thinking, dialogue, and human decency are being courageously demonstrated by so many, in so many places like Charlottesville on behalf of the criminalized and vulnerable. Let us continue to forge a future … Read more
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In December of 2016, TWI allocated $250,000 in rapid response funds to protect and build power within communities most vulnerable to the rollback of civil and human rights promised by the then new administration.
Rather than create a new system, we leaned into our trust based grantmaking process to expend the $250,000 by the end … Read more
The recent election was a disaster that will continue to unfold in the months ahead. Many of our partners and colleagues have written posts that have resonated and give me hope as the outlook gets more grim. In her recent post Pia spoke for me as well, reaffirming our commitment to our mission and values … Read more
The following was released in the Stanford Social Innovation Review today by Kierra Johnson of United for Reproductive and Gender Justice. TWI heartily endorses these thoughtful practices, as they mirror tips we shared earlier this year!
As someone who’s been in the nonprofit sector for almost two decades, I have spent a lot of time working toward … Read more
The idea of restorative philanthropy was provoked for me at ivoh’s Restorative Narrative Colloquium last weekend. Restorative Narrative is an approach to storytelling (e.g. journalistic, documentary, etc.) that walks with a place or community over time, usually after a tragedy, to show how rebuilding and restoration are emerging. It contrasts (in both content and process) … Read more