Rural Philanthropic Analysis
Working to enhance the field of rural philanthropy.
The central aim of the Rural Philanthropic Analysis (RPA) project is to better understand rural places and funding practices that are leading the way towards health improvement in rural regions across the country. We believe that this effort will help facilitate more – and more effective – investments by funders of all types and sizes. Support for the RPA is being provided in part by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.*
* The views expressed here do not necessarily reflect the views of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
This time next year, the transformation of Campbell University’s main campus in Buies Creek — a process that began with… More on this post
More than 60 million Americans live in rural communities, and often, these men and women are underserved when it comes… More on this post
Dear Campbell Community, Over the past few days, Hurricane Florence has brought significant rains and wind to our state. In some… More on this post
With the new year beginning, Philanthropyworx and the Rural Philanthropic Analysis Project continues to push forward towards more and better… More on this post
Allen Smart and Betsey Russell wrote a piece for the Daily Yonder about the consequences of dismissing investments in rural.… More on this post
The National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy is urging funders to support the effort to guarantee that adequate rural populations are… More on this post
Allen Smart and Karen Minyard collaborated on an article for Health Affairs that sought to highlight the key findings of… More on this post