Also, Sesame Workshop has a new creative leader, and the Community Foundation of Louisville has hired its next CEO.
Other grants to support Black nonprofits include $25 million from Eli Lilly and Company and its foundation and $11 million from the Clara Lionel Foundation, which was started by the singer Rihanna.
Also, a former staffer returns to the National Council on Aging as CEO, and King Boston names its next executive director to oversee a planned memorial to Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King on Boston Common.
Also, the Shubert Foundation has made $32 million in unrestricted grants to arts groups, and the Smithsonian Institution has received $25 million for a new program on race across several of its museums.
Also, the Amherst H. Wilder Foundation has named its next leader, and the Silicon Valley Community Foundation has promoted a new head of strategy, policy, and community action.
Also, a number of high-profile companies and grant makers promise millions for racial justice in response to widespread protests against police brutality.
Also, the Ploughshares Fund chooses a new president, and Jane Moss is leaving the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts after 28 years as artistic director.
Also, the Koret Foundation has granted $50 million to support Bay Area colleges and universities, and JPMorgan Chase is giving $35 million for financial-health programs during the pandemic.
A compilation of requests for proposals from nonprofit groups focused on the environment, health care technology, people with disabilities, LGBTQ people, and more.
Also, ImpactAssets names a new CEO, and the founder of Borealis Philanthropy is departing.