Resource Library

The Resource Library contains publications, links, recordings, and other material on environmental health and environmental justice topics from HEFN and external sources.

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M+R Strategic Services
This is an independent evaluation of foundation grants and project-based work to reform federal, state, and corporate policy on toxics.  The Forsythia Foundation, the John Merck Fund,...
Health Affairs GrantWatch Article
This article provides a summary of foundation investments aimed at improving health and...
Tracking the Field
Environmental Grantmakers Association
This is the taxonomy of terms used by the Environmental Grantmakers Association (EGA) for its Tracking the Field grants database, including an appendix of an additional...
IoT network of devices
HEFN created this one-page resource sheet as part of its July 24, 2018, webinar, "Coming to a Neighborhood Near You: How the 5G Revolution Could Increase Everyone’s Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields."...
HEFN Steering Committee
This document provides information on HEFN's membership policies, benefits, and dues schedule.
Through an interview with Forsythia Foundation founder, Alison Carlson, an "Inside Philanthropy" article shares how and why the foundation invests in Safer Made, a fund to help companies and technologies...
Hundreds of communities face health threats from toxic exposures.   By investing in collaborative organizing -- such as among grassroots organizations in impacted communities, health professionals,...
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Nancy Stoner and Gail Bingham
Even after the Flint water crisis, millions of Americans still have unhealthy levels of lead in their drinking water with children and underserved communities disproportionately...
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NetGain Partnership
What does the digital security landscape look like for civil society organizations and how can grantmakers better identify groups that may face a higher cybersecurity risk?
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Angela Glover Maxwell
This article in the Stanford Social Innovation Review outlines how laws and programs designed to benefit vulnerable groups, such as the disabled or people of color, often end up...

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Field Partner Darryl Molina Sarmiento, Communities for a Better Environment
Blog posted on December 18, 2018
What more – or different – actions can funders and a funder group take to build multiracial majorities strong enough to protect environmental health and justice? HEFN dove into this question through...
Colorful welcome on brick wall
Blog posted on October 9, 2018
Shorey Myers, Executive Director of the Jenifer Altman Foundation and HEFN Steering Committee member, extends a personal invitation to funders to attend this year's HEFN Annual Meeting from Nov. 28-...

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