Transforming Knowledge into Change

Advocacy & Public Policy Grantmaking: Matching Process to Purpose

Building on research conducted in 2007 by Coffman and Campbell, this brief summarizes advocacy and public policy grantmaking approaches and their implications for grant portfolio composition and management, auxiliary supports and evaluation. “Advocacy and public policy grantmaking” refers to grantmaking in support of a wide range of advocacy activities that are intend to trigger, block, maintain, support and/or monitor changes in public policy at any level of government. The findings in the report emerged from an extensive literature review, as well as interviews with staff at 14 foundations and three independent consultants with in-depth policy experience.


Bibliographic Details
Author Tanya Beer, Pilar Stella Ingargiola, and Meghann Flynn Beer
Publisher The Colorado Trust
Publication Date August 5, 2012
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Resource Type
Resource Focus
Submitted to Point K April 13, 2015 - 9:59am

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