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By | December 16, 2022

To Retain Fundraisers, Respect Their Skills and Focus on Their Connection to Cause, Report Says

By  Rasheeda Childress | The Chronicle of Philanthropy DECEMBER 8, 2022 If the last couple of years have shown nonprofits anything, it’s that hiring and retaining fundraisers is challenging. A new report from the Institute for Sustainable Philanthropy and Revolutionise...

By | December 16, 2022

Many Nonprofit Salaries Are Going Public Thanks to New Laws and the Job Market. The Consequences Could Be Big

By  Drew Lindsay | The Chronicle of Philanthropy DECEMBER 12, 2022 An International Rescue Committee vice president for global solutions will make as much as $265,000 a year. At Colorado Public Radio, a major-gifts officer starts at $80,500. And a...

By | December 16, 2022

New MacKenzie Scott Website Details $14 Billion in Gifts

By the Associated Press | The Chronicle of Philanthropy DECEMBER 15, 2022 Philanthropist MacKenzie Scott says her donations have yielded more than $14 billion in funding for about 1,600 nonprofits since 2019, according to her long-awaited website Yield Giving, unveiled...

By | December 1, 2022

GivingTuesday Raises $3.1 Billion Despite Worries About Inflation and Possible Recession

By  Emily Haynes – The Chronicle of Philanthropy NOVEMBER 30, 2022 GivingTuesday marked its 10th anniversary by raising an estimated $3.1 billion . Now a mainstay of year-end giving, the one-day event’s fundraising totals have elevated the bar year after...

By | November 29, 2022

2022 National Philanthropy Day – Hour Detroit

Hour Detroit highlighted The AFP Greater Detroit Chapter’s National Philanthropy Day Awardees in their November Edition. Our very own, Peter Remington, as well as many other philanthropists in our community are highlighted.

By | July 13, 2022

Hebrew Free Loan Provides Home-Improvement Loans to Young Jewish Detroit Residents

By:  Stacy Gittleman – The Detroit Jewish News 07/07/2022 11:00 AM Jaemi Loeb and Craig Payst MOVE-IN DETROIT was made possible through the generosity of philanthropist husband and wife team Peggy Daitch and Peter Remington. As she pursued a...

By | June 30, 2022

One-third of donors directed half their giving to disaster relief

May 21, 2022 From: Philanthropy News Digest – Candid Last year, 37 percent of American donors gave half or more of their charitable contributions to disaster relief efforts, and 64 percent gave to a charity they had never supported...

By | June 30, 2022

Detroit Pistons owner Gores says he’ll commit $100 million to envisioned charity

June 02, 2022 By Kurt Nagl – CRAIN’S Business Detroit Detroit Regional Chamber Mike Tirico interviews Tom Gores on Thursday at the Mackinac Policy Conference. Detroit Pistons owner Tom Gores said he will commit $100 million and create a...

By | June 30, 2022

JPMorgan Says Bitcoin Is Undervalued By 28%, Cryptocurrencies Are Now A ‘Preferred Alternative Asset’

May 25, 2022 From: Forbes, Nina Bambysheva – Forbes Staff GETTY Despite the crypto slump, banking giant JPMorgan says bitcoin is massively undervalued. Maintaining its estimate of bitcoin’s fair value at $38,000, the bank today reiterated the assessment it gave the...