In Transparency Talk
New from the Glasspockets blog
When is transparency a really bad idea?
In a repost from Alliance Magazine, Jo Andrews, director of Ariadne European Funders for Social Change and Human Rights, argues that foundation transparency can be harmful in certain contexts. Andrews' article received several responses in the form of letters to the editor in Alliance Magazine. We will publish four of those letters on Transparency Talk in the coming weeks.
Transparency Chat: Why transparency matters, and what it takes
The Center for Effective Philanthropy is a recent recipient of a Fund for Shared Insight grant, promoting openness. Janet Camarena, leader of the Glasspockets effort, speaks with CEP's president, Phil Buchanan, about how the Center will use the grant.
Social Media Infographic
Discover how foundations are using social media. View the Infographic.
Funders discuss the benefits of transparency in our new GrantCraft guide.
What foundations are saying
Talking About Transparency
What We're Tracking
Who Has Glass Pockets?
We can help your foundation have glass pockets.
Foundation Transparency 2.0
We collect data on how foundations are communicating online.
Foundations are making grant information available to the public in an open format.
Eye on the Giving Pledge
We bring greater transparency to the Giving Pledge.
How Are Foundations Being Transparent in a Digital World?
Through their work, foundations produce deep knowledge about successful strategies and lessons learned. We can share your knowledge on IssueLab.
Building Web Sites
Only 3 in 10 foundations have a web site. Having a web site is easy and is the first step to online transparency. We can help with Foundation Web Builder.
Sharing Grants Data
Sharing your grants data with us electronically helps the public understand your work. We make it easy with the Reporting Commitment and e-grant reporting.