As technology reaches further into every aspect of our lives, our Cyber Initiative supports organizations working to ensure the security, stability and resilience of a free and open Internet.
Moving Arts Leadership Forward
In a rapidly changing landscape, arts organizations must find new ways to make the most of their talent.
Latest Grantee Perception Report
Our grantees tell us what we're doing well, and what we can do to improve our philanthropy.
Open Educational Resources
Learn how we're supporting efforts to use OER to solve critical problems—from out-of-control textbook costs to native language instruction in the developing world.
Transparency, Participation and Accountability:
Citizens in developing countries can ensure the delivery of quality public services – when they have access to knowledge about government actions, and are able to engage those in power.
Work in Progress:
Learn about the work we are doing directly from our president and program staff.
Casa de Cultura:
The School of Arts and Culture at Mexican Heritage Plaza is a place of safety, inclusion, and art for a whole community.
Women’s Economic Empowerment:
When women thrive, so do their families, their communities, and their countries.
Representative institutions should be able to deliberate, negotiate, and compromise to address challenges in ways that secure democratic assent.
Installing solar panels on buildings in low-income urban areas not only generates clean energy it also saves the community money and creates new jobs.
These high schoolers are working on a robotics project – an example of how students in deeper learning schools collaborate on projects relevant to their interests, which prepares them to be life-long problem solvers.
Helping people build measurably better lives.
Q&A with Micha Rosenoer: Colorado taught me the true meaning of public lands
Q&A with Natasha Hale: Tipping the scale of fairness toward tribal communities
Q&A with Walter Figueiredo De Simoni: It’s good to be hippie and heartless capitalist