JAG consists of six identity-based affinity groups that together possess decades of experiencing leading the call for creating more racial and social justice within the field of philanthropy.
Founded in 1990, AAPIP is a national membership and philanthropic advocacy organization dedicated to advancing philanthropy and Asian American/Pacific Islander communities. Our members include foundations, staff and trustees of grantmaking institutions, and nonprofit organizations in ten regional chapters in the United States. We engage communities and philanthropy to address unmet needs; serve as a resource for and about AAPI communities; support and facilitate giving by and to our communities; and incubate new ideas and approaches for social justice philanthropy.
ABFE is a membership organization whose mission is to promote effective and responsive philanthropy in Black communities. For four decades we have been a trailblazer for championing the interests of Black communities within the philanthropic sector. While we celebrate this history and influence, we also recognize that Black communities and the philanthropic leaders who serve those communities still face institutional and structural barriers that often hinder efforts to leverage philanthropy's powerful tools for positive, enduring social change.
Working side-by-side with funders and our movement’s organizations through three decades, Funders for LGBTQ Issues remains the sole organization dedicated exclusively to increasing institutional giving to LGBTQ communities. We mobilize philanthropic resources that enhance the well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer communities, promote equity, and advance racial, economic, and gender justice.
Founded in 1983 to promote stronger partnerships between organized philanthropy and Latino communities, HIP has developed into a transnational network of grantmakers committed to strengthening Latino communities across the Americas. We strengthen Latino communities by increasing resources for the Latino and Latin American civil sector; by increasing Latino participation and leadership throughout the field of philanthropy; and by fostering policy change to enhance equity and inclusiveness.
NAP is a national membership organization that serves as a bridge between Native and philanthropic communities. Through our programs, we work with tribal communities and Native nonprofits to improve development and relations with their funders. In addition, we work with mainstream and tribal philanthropy to be more strategic about the grantmaking and investment in Indian Country.
WFN connects and strengthens more than 160 organizations that fund women’s solutions across the globe, making us one of the largest collaborative philanthropic networks in the world. Our members are women’s foundations that span public charities, private foundations, and funds within community foundations. We accelerate women's leadership and invest in solving critical social issues -- from poverty to global security -- by bringing together the financial power, influence, and voices of women's funds.