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Philanthropy is actively looking for ways to respond to the COVID-19 crisis. The Philanthropy Pledge articulates actions and principles that can guide foundations during this uncertain time. It serves as a unified voice of philanthropy’s obligation to act and to engage with grantees and the field at an unprecedented level. We have signed on to this pledge.
For the foreseeable future, Langeloth staff will be working remotely and will be guided by federal, state and city recommendations and conditions. To the extent possible, we are working with a “business as usual” approach, and the best way to reach us is by email.
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How We Work
The Langeloth Foundation maximizes and leverages resources in order to equip the field to address complex problems. The Foundation uses these principles as a touchstone for the decisions of our board and staff, and to keep us anchored in our mission.Learn more
Changes We Seek
A stronger field of organizations and leaders with the capacity to capitalize on momentum and work on evolving issues. Policy, practice, and systemic changes that bring about lasting benefits including changes in underlying structures, resources and values that guide how the system operates.Learn more
The Cities United Young Leader Fellowship is an intensive six-month experience designed for 18 - 24 year old young leaders in one of Cities United's 130 partner cities. The Fellowship seeks to build the pipeline of leaders committed to making sure all children grow up in safe, healthy and hopeful communities, while reducing the homicide and shooting rates of Black men and boys. Throughout the Fellowship Young leaders will engage with local leaders, mentors, and national experts to deepen their knowledge, skills, and network.