Foreword (Christopher Harris, Deepak Bhargava
PART ONE: Securing Success with Campaigns.
1 Strengthening Unusual Alliances for Living Wages.
The Case of the Discount Foundation.
2 Supporting Citizen Action and Litigation for Education Reform.
The Case of the Schott Foundation.
PART TWO: Infl uencing Market Forces in Support of People and the Planet.
3 Using an Endowment to Build the Field of Socially Responsible Investing.
The Case of the Needmor Fund.
4 Transforming Business Structures for Communities.
The Case of the Jacobs Family Foundation and Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation.
PART THREE: Aiding an Identity-Based Movement.
5 Supporting the Development of an Immigrant Rights Field.
The Case of the Ford Foundation.
6 Maturing an Immigrant Movement.
The Case of the Open Society Institute.
PART FOUR: Creating Infrastructure for Justice.
7 Building Community-Based Power in Los Angeles.
The Case of the Liberty Hill Foundation.
8 Strengthening National Community-Based Networks.
The Case of the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation.
PART FIVE: Transforming Funder-Grantee Power Relationships Through Creative Foundation Structures.
9 Addressing Internationally Women's Needs for Funding.
The Case of the Global Fund for Women.
10 Responding to Disaster Recovery and Beyond.
The Case of the Gulf Coast Fund for Community Renewal and Ecological Health, a Special Project of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors.
PART SIX: Gleaning Lessons for Change.
11 Lessons for the Road.
Afterword: Race and Social Justice (Maya Wiley).
A Words You Need to Know to Read This Book.
B Lobbying (John Pomeranz).
C Ten Questions to Consider Asking Inside Your Foundation.
D Where to Turn for Next Steps.
Center for Community Change.
About the Project Director.
About the Author.