Check out the latest insights from our program team and grantees.
For 25 years, building the case for keeping us safe
For more than a quarter century, researchers at Johns Hopkins University have built a global reputation for pursuing data and policy to reduce gun violence. The team marked its 25th anniversary this year in 2021.
How We're Responding to the COVID Crisis
Our focus at the Joyce Foundation has been to support our grantees and our communities, to take care of our employees, and to find ways in which we can do more to help eliminate the structural racial inequities brought to the fore by this moment.
Lunch & Learn Webinar Series
In August 2020, we launched a new monthly virtual webinar series highlighting emerging research on gun violence through the Gun Violence Prevention & Justice Reform Program. View the recordings of all the past webinars and sign up for future invitations.
Foundation Names Kayce Ataiyero Managing Director of Communications
Kayce Ataiyero now the managing director of communications at the Joyce Foundation.
Top Public Colleges Losing Ground in Racial Equity
10 steps recommended to improve poor enrollment trends for Black and Latino students
The Painful Truth on Racism: We Need Transformational Change
Like many across our country and beyond, our hearts are heavy over the unequal and unjust consequences of racism for black people in the United States.
COVID-19 Stories: Upping the Census Count
Text messages and grocery store receipts? That was not part of the expansive outreach campaign Joan Gustafson and her partners envisioned when they set out three years ago to persuade more Michiganders to participate in the national 2020 Census.
COVID-19 Stories: Safeguarding vets – and their own
Veterans were at risk. Often a bellwether of issues in higher education, they needed help with access to GI Bill funds and other financial assistance during the COVID-19 crisis.
Resources to Help With Federal COVID-19 Emergency Loans
Information for nonprofits on emergency federal loan funding in response to the COVID-19 crisis.