News & Updates What the Fall of Silicon Valley Bank Says About Who's Allowed to Take Risks Kataly’s Chief Investment Officer Lynne Hoey takes a critical look at the risks taken by SVB, reflects on how people of color are not afforded the opportunities to take those same risks, and calls on philanthropy to make more equitable calculations about our own risk-taking. Why Trusting Grassroots Leaders to Allocate Rapid Response Dollars After Climate Disasters Is Smart Philanthropy Following major climate disasters in Puerto Rico and Alaska, the Environmental Justice Resourcing Collective at Kataly came together to distribute rapid response funds. Learn how, why, and what they funded. Failure Stories from Philanthropy Failure often happens in secret. But what is possible when we share our failures in public? This year, Kataly committed to answering that question by offering reflections on our failures, mistakes, and unlearnings in this blog series. Money Isn't Enough Kataly is awarding $6.8 million in unrestricted fortification grants to 137 grantee partners in recognition of the challenging, recessionary economic conditions we are facing.