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By | May 24, 2022

Giving Cash Directly to People in Need Is a Growing Trend, as Evidence Shows It Works

By: Kristen Griffith – May 6, 2022 – The Chronicle of Philanthropy GIVEDIRECTLY GiveDirectly plans to launch a guaranteed-income program in Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward neighborhood. Charitable efforts that give cash directly to people in need so they can do whatever...

By | May 24, 2022

Online Giving Increased 3% in 2021 After Far Stronger Gains in 2020, Study Shows

By: Dan Parks – May 4, 2022 – The Chronicle of Philanthropy ALEJANDRA VILLA LORACA, NEWSDAY RM, GETTY IMAGES Online giving to nonprofits increased by an average of 3 percent in 2021, according to a new study by M+R,...

By | May 24, 2022

As the Economy Contracts, Fundraisers See Another Reason to Worry

By: Dan Parks – May 4, 2022 – The Chronicle of Philanthropy Worrisome economic developments that could hurt fundraising continue to proliferate as inflation drags on, the stock market swoons, and new data shows that the economy contracted in...

By | May 24, 2022

Some Funders Are Embracing ‘Trust-Based Philanthropy’ by Giving Money Without Lots of Obligations

By: Emily Finchum-Mason, University of Washington – May 10,2022 – The Chronicle of Philathropy KLAUS VEDFELT, GETTY IMAGES With most foundations, the board of directors, and top executives set all funding priorities. Nonprofits seeking money from those funders, in turn, must demonstrate...

By | May 24, 2022

3 Grant Makers Give $20 Million to Establish the Detroit Home Repair Fund

By: M.J. Prest – May 11, 2022 – The Chronicle of Philanthropy ANTRANIK TAVITIAN, IMAGN DTE Energy, Gilbert Family Foundation, and ProMedica have committed $20 million to establish the Detroit Home Repair Fund, which will make grants to 1,000...

By | May 24, 2022

Bill Would Establish Nonprofit Office in the White House

By: Dan Parks – April 27, 2022 – The Chronicle of Philanthropy  ANGELA N., WIKIMEDIA COMMONS More than 500 organizations have endorsed the idea of a permanent White House office focusing on the nonprofit field. Bipartisan legislation introduced in...

By | April 20, 2022

Muslim American Giving Aimed at Poor Totaled $1.8 Billion Last Year, Study Shows

By Dan ParksAPRIL 20, 2022 Muslim Americans gave $1.8 billion last year to meet their religious obligation to help the poor, according to a new study by the Muslim Philanthropy Initiative at the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy....

By | April 20, 2022

Giving Increased the Last 3 Months of 2021 Over the Same Period in 2020

By Emily Haynes APRIL 20, 2022 – The Chronicle of Philanthropy Giving inched up 2.7 percent during the last three months of 2021 compared with that same period in 2020, according to a new release of fundraising data. At the same...

By | March 16, 2022

Economic Data Shocks Charity Officials Just as They Were Hoping for a Post-Pandemic Boom

From The Chronicle of Philanthropy By Dan Parks MARCH 15, 2022 A raft of troubling economic developments — stubborn inflation, a bear market for stocks, and sagging consumer confidence — have clouded the environment for nonprofits just as they were...