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  • MRBF Seeks Consultant for Civic Engagement Learning Project

    The Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation is seeking consulting services to help staff capture and share useful lessons about civic engagement work in the South. The consultant will conduct interviews with several of our grantee partners and our program staff, then help produce a paper and other communications detailing key themes. The overarching goals are to highlight the expertise of our...

  • Welcome our new board members

    The board and staff of the Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation are excited to begin 2019 with two new directors.

    Stephanie Tyree is...

    Stephanie Tyree, Holt Mountcastle
  • Congratulations to our New and Returning Grantee Partners

    Congratulations to our new and returning grantee partners who received funding in October 2018:

    AEO Democratizing Rural Electric Cooperatives Working Group Alliance for Appalachia Appalachian Voices, Inc. Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Atlanta Athens Land Trust, Inc. Black Belt Community Foundation Center for Rural Strategies CommunityWorks Deep Center, Inc...
  • Asking Hard Questions: How We Created a Racial Equity Statement

    An indispensable aspect of any journey are the signs pointing the way, indicators of where you want to go that keep you moving in the right direction.

    Over the last several months, the board and staff of the Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation have been exploring ways to incorporate racial equity more fully into all aspects of our work, from grantmaking to mission investing, from internal...