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  • Job Announcement: Network Officer

    Overview

    The Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation is seeking a network officer to develop relationships with grantee partners in specific states and manage related grants portfolios. The network officer will foster relationships with other philanthropic organizations and represent the Foundation in funder networks.

    Background

    The Mary...

  • Becoming Explicit about Equity

    Recent history and troubling current events are turning a glaring mirror on America, fueling the urgency to shape a more equitable future, to put more shoulder behind that bending moral arc. We’ve watched in horror as white supremacists snake through our streets spewing violence and hatred with impunity. We’ve witnessed the rise of elected leaders who unapologetically express racist attitudes...

  • Welcome our new Board Members

    The board and staff of the Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation are pleased to welcome three new directors. With experience in community development, public policy, philanthropy, research and education, these accomplished new members will add breadth and depth to our board’s collective experience and wisdom.

    Ashleigh Gardere

    Ashleigh Gardere is Executive Vice President...

  • Meet our new Program Associate

    The Babcock Foundation is pleased to welcome Taylor Chapman as our newest program associate. Chapman will provide programmatic and administrative support for MRBF’s network officers, and guidance to current and potential grantee partners.

    Chapman comes to the Foundation from the Women’s and Gender Studies Program at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where she served as a...

    Taylor Chapman
  • We Stand with the Dreamers: Our Statement on DACA

    The Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation strongly opposes plans to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which enables 800,000 young people to study and work in the United States without fear of deportation.

    Often called “dreamers,” the youth enrolled in DACA were brought here as children; for many, America is the only country they’ve ever known. Rescinding...

    Alabama Coalition for Immigrant Justice