News & Updates

The Fund Strongly Supports the Role of Civil Society in Hungary

RBF President Stephen Heintz and more than 80 other leaders from the American and European philanthropic communities have signed a statement recognizing and affirming the important role of civil society in Hungary amid repeated efforts to restrict and stigmatize nongovernmental organizations operating there.

The Fund Supports the Nonprofit Sector’s Nonpartisan Nature

The Rockefeller Brothers Fund voices strong support of the preservation of the Johnson Amendment, and has joined as a signatory to an open letter to members of Congress to support its continued maintenance.

2016 Grantee and Applicant Perception Report from CEP

Earlier this year, the Center for Effective Philanthropy surveyed the RBF’s grantees and applicants to gain insight into their perception of the Fund’s performance. This process allows core constituencies the opportunity to provide us with feedback on our work and we are committed to responding to their suggestions.
Guangzhou, China, 2012: RBF chair Dr. Richard Rockefeller (center) meeting with Dr. Wang Zhenyao, president of China Global Philanthropy Institute, and Ms. Alice Lau, chair of the Guangdong Harmony Community Foundation.

The RBF launches the inaugural Richard Rockefeller Fellowship with the Lao Niu Brother & Sister Foundation

The Fund has begun a fellowship program to honor the memory and interests of our former board chair, Dr. Richard Rockefeller. The Richard Rockefeller Fellowship supports the development of emerging Chinese professionals who are poised to make a significant commitment to the development of strategic philanthropy in China.

Stephen Heintz named in 2016 NonProfit Times ‘Power & Influence Top 50’

RBF President Stephen Heintz, was recognized among a 2016 list of 50 leaders in the nonprofit sector by The NonProfit Times.

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