Results of our first staff demographic survey and how we are using the findings to inform our work.
The Foundation’s Executive Team shares key lessons that helped us advance and deepen our diversity, equity and inclusion effort long term.
At the heart of our approach are four equity levers that, when operating together in a learning ecosystem, can lead to improved outcomes for children.
Grantmakers can help transform the sector by following the lead of Black, Indigenous, People of Color, disabled, queer, trans and working class creatives who are innovating models for self-determination and community wealth.
We’re share how we’re approaching our diversity, equity and inclusion work as a way of opening up a conversation with other organizations who have or will embark upon a similar journey.
We’ve begun a journey of inquiry into the role that the Rainin Foundation can play to address racial disparities in the biomedical enterprise.
At the Rainin Foundation, we have been working across our organization to examine how we can support a more equitable future and advance anti-racist practices.
Across the Foundation, we are conducting an audit of all our processes and practices, including how we select our grantees, with an eye toward ensuring these internal systems address equity and avoid exacerbating existing problems.
Taking a look at our programmatic work—how our three grantmaking programs have already begun considering equity as it relates to their fields and what they hope to do over time.