The Center for High Impact Philanthropy and Lever for Change present Choosing Change: How to Assess Proposals for Their Potential to Reduce Structural Inequality, a toolkit to help donors and funders at all levels identify proposals and teams that have potential to advance more systemic change.
Individual donors and institutional grantmakers in all fields have sought to address the structural inequalities that prevent people from surviving, let alone thriving. We identified five dimensions funders can use to assess whether a proposal has potential to reduce structural inequality — or reinforce it.
Watch the video to:
- Learn about the five dimensions and how to apply them
- Hear from leaders at nonprofits that exemplify them
- How to consider structural inequality in any issue area
Five Dimensions to Reduce Structural Inequality
- Durability of Power
- Strength of Evidence
- Organizational Capacity
- Systems-Level Change