New members include two funders focused on the well being of women and girls

Spark and the Eva Gunther Foundation became the latest philanthropies to become members of the Capacity Collaborative.

The Collaborative is comprised of funders and nonprofits pursuing a variety of issue areas.  Two philanthropies with a similar focus have recently joined the Collaborative.

Spark is an active network of several hundred young Bay Area professionals who are seeking to reduce patterns of inequality that affect women across the world.  Spark is distinct in their approach of developing a new generation of philanthropists with a style and strategy specifically designed for this cohort.  The Capacity Collaborative is thrilled to have Spark inject its expertise into our shared knowledge base.

The Eva Leah Gunther Foundation supports the needs of girls between the ages 11-18.  The foundation is especially focused on facilitating helpful connections between nonprofits in its portfolio.  This focus makes it a natural fit with the Collaborative and we're excited to welcome their contribution.

If you are a funder that values collaboration and innovation, contact us about joining the Capacity Collaborative.