The Roundtable supports philanthropists working to alleviate poverty through community-based and faith-based approaches. Though poverty is primarily defined by lack of physical resources, the nuanced contributing factors of poverty include multiple, often interlinked causes.
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City Relief: Providing Dignity to the Homeless in New York and New Jersey
Philanthropy Roundtable Adds High-Impact Organizations to Opportunity Playbook on Giving Tuesday
How the Wilson Sheehan Lab for Economic Opportunities is “Working Smarter” to Take on Poverty
Seven Trays of Lasagna That Changed the World
Philanthropy Roundtable’s Debi Ghate Featured in The Economist
The Afghanistan Crisis: How You Can Help
Fighting Poverty is not Just About Money It s About Relationships
From Cooking Food to Fixing Clunkers Restaurant Entrepreneur Lifts Community
Philanthropy and Emancipation
Henry Ford and the Ford Foundation: Have the Right Lessons Been Learned?
The Legacy of Julius Rosenwald
Inspiring Stories Series: Do You Know Who Biddy Mason Was?