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EMCF's View | December 13, 2016

Our Next Chapter

With a deep desire to improve the lives of many more disadvantaged children and youth, the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation's trustees have decided to "sunset" the Foundation and spend all of its resources (approximately $1 billion) over the next decade.

EMCF's View | PropelNext | December 6, 2016

Real-World Lessons from PropelNext

In videos co-produced by Leap of Reason, Youth Opportunities Unlimited's Carol Rivchun and New Pathways' Mark Mittelman share what they and their teams have learned from EMCF’s initiative promoting data-driven practices.

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EMCF's View | December 2, 2016

PropelNext Lessons from the Field

Read about the triumphs, challenges and unanticipated results of PropelNext's work with grantees over the past four years.

EMCF's View | PropelNext | October 4, 2016

Real-World Lessons from PropelNext

In new videos co-produced by Leap of Reason, the leaders of Taller San Jose Hope Builders and National Indian Youth Leadership Project describe how EMCF’s program has helped them use data to improve young people’s lives.

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EMCF's View | PropelNext | July 15, 2016

Real-World Lessons from PropelNext

In videos co-produced by Leap of Reason, Harlem RBI's Richard Berlin and Colorado Youth for a Change's Mary Zanotti share what they and their teams have learned from EMCF’s initiative promoting data-driven practices.

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EMCF's View | Blue Meridian Partners, Capital Aggregation | Nancy Roob | January 29, 2016

Announcing Blue Meridian Partners and More

Blue Meridian Partners is a new capital aggregation collaboration investing at least $1 billion in high-performance nonprofits poised to have truly national impact for economically disadvantaged children and youth. 

EMCF's View | January 6, 2016

Growing Stronger through Learning

A case study by Anne Mackinnon documents how Gateway to College National Network, with EMCF’s support, repurposed a challenging evaluation and improved its program.