The “What If” Report presents insights from the first decade of the Stanton Fellowship Program and how philanthropic R&D can help us reimagine what’s possible in the social sector.
“From Creative Disruption to Systems Change” is a 20-Year retrospective report on the Durfee Foundation Sabbatical Program.
Social Network Analysis (2015)
This social network analysis explores how the Stanton Fellowship network helps to build a cross-sector leadership platform for Los Angeles, accelerating opportunities for collaboration.
Durfee provided lead support to the independent publisher Heyday Books for the research, writer convening, commissioning and production of the 2015 award-winning anthology, LAtitudes: An Angeleno’s Atlas. This literary and cartographic exploration of Los Angeles reorients our understanding of the city through a collection of more than 20 essays and imaginative maps.
The First 50 Years (2011)
This 50th anniversary book chronicles the first 50 years of the Durfee Foundation and its people, grantmaking, and partnerships.
Why Do you Do What You Do? (2010)
This is a commemorative chapbook to celebrate LA’s passion leaders and to mark the 50th anniversary of the Durfee Foundation.
Creative Disruption (2009)
This report presents the collective findings from four funders, including the Durfee Foundation, of how their respective sabbatical programs support capacity building and leadership development in the nonprofit sector.