Articles by Suzanne Perry

As part of GrantStation’s exploration of how nonprofits are dealing with poverty, we decided to take a look at the U.S.-Mexico border area, especially given rising political tensions between the two sides.
The Annie E. Casey Foundation has been working to promote the well-being of America’s children for more than 60 years. So the Foundation was among the funders that came to mind when GrantStation decided to explore issues related to poverty following
Nine months into the Trump Administration, immigration remains one of the policy areas that most concerns many U.S. foundations. In the latest clampdown, the White House moved to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which
Immigrants and refugees are among those feeling the most pain from policies enacted by the Trump Administration since January. A series of executive orders has imposed dramatic new restrictions on those groups, prompting many to turn to nonprofits