Previous reports

Between 2000 and 2008, first the Council on Foundations (the first "home" to the WINGS Secretariat) and then WINGS itself published a series of reports on the growth and vitality of community foundations around the globe. In each case the lead researcher and author was Eleanor W. Sacks, who in turn was supported in her work by a global advisory group and WINGS Secretariat staff. We are grateful to Eleanor and the participants in the WINGS-Community Foundation network who helped to shape and inform the first decade of the report's life.

Previous versions of the WINGS Global Status Report on Community Foundations have been published in PDF format. A complete list is available here.

2008 Community Foundation Global Status Report

2005 Community Foundation Global Status Report

2004 Community Foundation Global Status Report

2003 Community Foundation Global Status Report

2000 Community Foundation Global Status Report

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Community Foundation Network United Kingdom

The Community Foundation Network UK advocates that a change in government policy might impact UK’s Community Foundations grant policy.

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The growth of community foundations in Europe has been spectacular.

Arusha Municipal Community Foundation

Of the four community foundations recently established in Tanzania, Arusha Municipal is the most advanced. The foundation has mapped community assets and needs and communicates with grantees and community leaders regularly on the state of the community. An early grant supported construction of efficient wooden stoves at a school.

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