Johnson Center for Philanthropy
Report examines evolving newsrooms to non-profit models, how climate change is reshaping disaster philanthropy and more.
Jan 18, 2023
After nearly 14 years with the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy, Executive Director Teri Behrens announced her retirement effective later this year.
Feb 16, 2022
The Dorothy A. Johnson Center released its annual "11 Trends in Philanthropy" report which examines the issues its staff believes will shape the nonprofit sector in 2022.
Jan 19, 2022
President Philomena V. Mantella and other civic leaders were featured in a documentary produced by the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy and focused on community inclusiveness.
Aug 20, 2021
The Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy at Grand Valley State University has released its fifth annual "11 Trends in Philanthropy" report, identifying trends that will shape the philanthropic and nonprofit sectors in the coming months and years.
Jan 28, 2021
The Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy has named a new W.K. Kellogg Community Philanthropy Chair. This position, the nation's first endowed chair focused on community philanthropy, was established at the Johnson Center in 2015.
Sep 17, 2020
Nonprofits secured 3.7% of all loans made under the Paycheck Protection Program, protecting 4.1 million jobs
Researchers at the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy at Grand Valley State University have released research about the impact of the Paycheck Protection Program, or PPP, on the nonprofit sector, finding that the loans made to nonprofit organizations helped protect approximately 4.1 million jobs.
Jul 28, 2020
Lack of cash poses risks to many Michigan nonprofits, but foundations may be able to increase distributions
A large percentage of Michigan nonprofit organizations face risks of a break in operational continuity due to a lack of cash on hand, according to an analysis of tax return data by the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy at Grand Valley State University.
Jun 23, 2020
As the novel coronavirus continues to spread throughout the United States and the rest of the world, financial implications on employees and businesses are profound. Impacts are being felt across the economy, and the nonprofit sector is not immune. Researchers at Grand Valley's Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy have analyzed IRS 990 form data and have identified trends in the nonprofit sector that nonprofits can expect to contend with as the pandemic evolves.
Mar 27, 2020