A crucial measure of democracy is the extent to which elected leaders reflect the communities they serve.
In 2016, the intelligence community sounded the alarm that our elections had been targeted with cyberattacks by Russian state actors with the intent of usurping American voters’ voices and assisting their preferred candidates.
This webinar featured an online tour of the publicly-available Foundation Funding for U.S. Democracy data-visualization platform that captures the range of democracy-related activities that foundations have supported from 2011 to present. This resource features a background of the tool, features, use cases and other helpful links including instructions for how to become an e-reporter of your democracy-related grantmaking data.
This useful resource housed at the Foundation Center can provide you with a deeper understanding of the democracy funding landscape and help you find potential partners in your work.