More than X million people live in poverty in the U.S. alone.
Impressive stat/graphic here
If we don't act soon, that number could increase X-fold.
Stat/graphic here increasing
We cannot afford to delay!
Graphic here of funders helping?
For the sake of our collective future, all philanthropic funders can explore their responsibility as “climate funders,” understanding the important systemic ways in which climate intersects with health, food systems, human rights, economic opportunity, and more.
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Time to Act: How Philanthropy Must Address the Climate Crisis
As the climate crisis deepens, FSG shares this call to action for private foundations and donors, especially those that…
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All Funders Must Become Climate Funders
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) 2021 assessment, the gold standard summary of current climate science, tells us…
Becoming a Climate Funder: How Philanthropists Can Take Action on Climate and Justice
In many parts of the United States, our weather is growing more extreme. Recent headlines shout about record-breaking heat…
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