Hamill Remaley
Independent Consultant to Funders and Nonprofits


These is some of the writing I’ve done lately.


I love to write! Here are a few things I’ve written recently. 

Inside Philanthropy series on power, race and role-specific imperatives in philanthropy:
”A Long Way to Go: What Kind of Change is Needed Within Foundations to Advance Racial Equity?”

New York Community Trust post for Philanthropy New York’s Insights column (main post written by me for the NYSCEF, with update up top from Pat Swann):
”After the SCOTUS Census Decision, These Essential Strategies for a Full and Fair Count Need More Support”

Inside Philanthropy profile pieces on Borealis Philanthropy, Brooklyn Community Foundation and J.M. Kaplan Fund: 
”Nothing Is Standard About What We’re Doing: A New Fund Aims to Boost Racial Equity Training”
Listening and Evolving: How a Community Foundation Put Racial Equity at the Center of Its Work
“Every Corner of the Nation: A Foundation Looks Off the Beaten Path for Innovative Ideas”

Restaurant Workers Community Foundation blog posts: 
”On the 50th Anniversary of Stonewall, 11 Movement-Building Lessons for Restaurant Workers”
“We Have More Questions Than Answers – And That’s a Good Thing”

Support Center report: 
“Stronger Together: A Discussion of Nonprofit Capacity & Our Collective Needs”

““J.M. Kaplan Fund blog post for National Center for Family Philanthropy:
“Philanthropy Amplified: Four Lessons from One Foundation’s Innovation Prize”

Public Agenda press release: 
“Vast Majority of Americans Say Democracy Is in Crisis or Serious Trouble” [link coming, awaiting revised release date]

Philanthropy New York monthly columns in the Policy Edition of the New York PhilanthroPost:
“Two Emblematic Markers of Policy Progress”
“Now Hear This: The Wisdom of Trans Voices”
“These Leaders Are Rallying to Stop New NY Taxes on Tax-Exempt Nonprofits”
“PNY Members Are Taking Action on Justice Summit Learning”
“A Starting Point for Gender Equity in Grantmaking”