Shared Learnings: One Foundation’s Approach to Shifting Power and Funding Racial Justice

“We offer our story as one example (amongst many) of what it can look like to answer the call to fund racial justice. Five years ago, we at the Pink House Foundation (PHF)—a small family foundation based in Washington, D.C.—set out to explore what it could look like to redefine philanthropy with justice at the center,” report Hanna Mahon and Luke Newton Newton in Inside Philanthropy.

“After five years of building out our social justice giving model, we [PHF] decided that, in addition to redistributing our family wealth to support justice, we can have the greatest impact if we also redistribute the decision-making power over where that funding goes.”

Read the full interview here.