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Our editorial calendar is a reporting series with monthly themes that allows us to dive deep into 12 topics our community cares about (while still maintaining our regular diversity of coverage). New this year, every month, helpful reskilling content will be made available on a topic related to the central theme.

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It starts with independent journalism.

Each month, our small but lively corps of freelancers — as diverse as our city — will report on the trends associated with each calendar theme.

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January

Disrupters & instigators

2020 topics

February

Leaders of color


March

Women in leadership

May

Career advancement

June

LGBTQ+ leaders

July

Impact grantmaking

September

Accessibility

October

Civic engagement

November

Leadership


December

Giving circles & community microfinance

April

Reparations & decolonizing philanthropy

August

Black philanthropists

(Reskill: Building trust with community)

(Reskill: Grantwriting 101, 201 & 301)

(Reskill: Data-driven decision-making)

(Reskill: Practice equity. Rinse. Repeat)

(Reskill: Micro-learning opportunities)

(Reskill: Striking a work/life balance.)

(Reskill: Succession planning)

(Reskill: Let's talk money)

In August 2019 we produced a full month of editorial focused on racial equity. These stories look at organizations learning how to incorporate a racial equity lens into policies and procedures, and how the sector is working on  issues of language, intersectionality, power dynamics, unconscious bias and anti-blackness.

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Impact

"Just about everyone I know in the nonprofit sector in Philly reads Generocity. It is an essential resource, and we should all be supporting it."

— Molly de Aguiar, Independence Public Media Foundation

"Greater Philadelphia is lucky to have a news organization dedicated to telling the stories of of social impact in our communities."

— Philanthropy Network Greater Philadelphia

"We're loving this important series on how to incorporate racial equity into nonprofit organizational policies and procedures."

— Mobilisation Lab