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Richard Rockefeller Fellowship
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Summer Snapshots: Public Performances at The Pocantico Center
In 2017, The Pocantico Center’s open-air stage was host to a diverse group of dance and music groups from New York City including The Black Iris Project and A Palo Seco flamenco ensemble.
On the Loss of David Rockefeller, 1915–2017
The Fund mourns the passing of our co-founder, who devoted his remarkable life to creating a better world.
The RBF at 75: Lessons from Family Philanthropy
The Fund is often recognized as an example of a family foundation that has thrived through the generations, decades after its inception. Here are 12 lessons from our history.
The Fund Details its Mission-Aligned and Impact Investments
We are pleased to share details about our efforts to better align the Fund’s investment practices with its mission in a dedicated section of our website.
Forum Mladi I Neformalna Edukacija
Forum MNE’s program Youth for Green Montenegro mobilizes young people across Montenegro to get involved with environmentalism and kickstarts local philanthropy within the business community.
Philanthropy for an Interdependent World
Advancing a vital and inclusive democracy
Advancing just and durable peace
Advancing solutions to climate change
Advancing healthy and low-carbon development
Supporting successful EU integration
Culpeper Arts & Culture
Nurturing a vibrant & inclusive arts community in New York City
News and Updates
Talking Transparency: The Case for Sharing What We're Learning
We are proud to add our program reports and third-party evaluations to Foundation Center's IssueLab as part of their #OpenForGood campaign, which provides open access to the philanthropic sector's research and learning.
New York City Announces Plan to Divest from Fossil Fuels
New York City’s mayor and comptroller announced plans to sell $5 billion in fossil fuels from the city’s retirement funds, making it the largest American municipality to divest to date.
IEEFA Echoes Governor Cuomo’s Call to Divest NY State Pension Fund to Improve Returns
The director of finance for the Institute of Energy Economics and Financial Analysis and former state first deputy comptroller wrote that divesting would be an act of fiscal responsibility.