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News / Jan. 13th 2017
New York Times

“We designed the tool kit very deliberately, so a foundation could take it in total or pick and choose tools à la carte,” said Maya Winkelstein, who served as chairwoman of the group, called the Commons. “Our hope is people will print off the tool kit and bring it to their staff meetings or their board meetings or to their C.F.O. of programming.”

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News / Dec. 16th 2016
Exponent Philanthropy

Reinventing Risk Management by Open Road’s Maya Winkelstein is included among Exponent Philanthropy’s Outsized Impact stories 2016! We invite you to read these stories, share them with others, and embrace the practices that will help you make the most of your dollars and time. Read Outsized Impact 2016.

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News / Dec. 15th 2016
Grantcraft

Open Road Alliance is in the business of risk. A private foundation, Open Road only provides funds to fully-funded nonprofit projects that then encounter unexpected obstacles. We come in when risk is realized.

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News / Nov. 24th 2016
The Detroit News

Since 2011, Reclaim Detroit has dismantled old homes in the city, salvaging the wood, fixtures, bricks and even doorknobs for new projects, from its own line of cutting board and other products to outfitting private homes to supplying materials for the city’s hip new bars and restaurants as well as… Read more »

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News / Nov. 23rd 2016
Grantcraft

  With all of the reports, blog posts, and webinars that we get exposed to every day, it’s sometimes hard to believe that we can’t find the answers we are looking for. Is the evidence out there and I’m just looking in the wrong place. Well, sometimes yes.

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News / Nov. 18th 2016
Grantcraft

IssueLab, a service of Foundation Center, has recently launched a special collection of resources about risk and philanthropy. The collection contains 70 reports, case studies, thought pieces, and more that speak to how philanthropic organizations talk — and don’t talk — about the risks inherent to their work. Support for… Read more »

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News / Sep. 29th 2016
The Chronicle of Philanthropy

Steps grant makers can take to prepare for, and manage, disruptions and emergencies that occur when nonprofit projects are underway.

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