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By | March 16, 2022

In-Person Conferences and Fundraising Events Come Roaring Back

From The Chronicle of Philanthropy By Dan Parks MARCH 3, 2022 The year 2022 is going to be a whole new ball game for Diana Lara and her Southern California nonprofit Food Finders, which collects and distributes food that was...

By | March 16, 2022

Companies and Foundations Mobilize Grant Making to Humanitarian Efforts in Ukraine

From The Chronicle of Philanthropy By M.J. Prest MARCH 2, 2022 Here are notable new grant awards compiled by the Chronicle: Cummings Foundation $12.5 million commitment to the Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology to expand financial aid and develop new programs to...

By | March 16, 2022

Fundraising From Walkathons and Other Athletic Events Increased Following a Precipitous Decline at Start of Pandemic

From: The Chronicle of Philanthropy By Dan Parks MARCH 1, 2022 Fundraising by the nation’s largest walkathons, bike rides, relays, and similar events increased 3.5 percent last year, according to a new report. That marks a sharp reversal of a...

By | December 14, 2021

Education nonprofits receive the most DAF grant dollars, study finds

November 17, 2021 – Philanthropy News Digest Education, religious, and public society benefit organizations attracted the most donor-advised fund grant dollars between 2014 and 2018, a report from the Giving USA Foundation and the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at...

By | December 10, 2021

Family Foundations Change Priorities Over Time, as New Generations Call the Shots

Renee Irvin, University of Oregon NOVEMBER 18, 2021 – The Chronicle of Philanthropy The Big Idea Family foundations significantly shift their priorities as times change and new generations take over their leadership. That was our main finding when my graduate...

By | December 10, 2021

Some Grant-Making Changes Made During Pandemic Are Going Away

By Dan Parks NOVEMBER 16, 2021 – The Chronicle of Philanthropy The pandemic spurred foundations to change their grant-making practices in ways long sought by nonprofits, although many philanthropies have already started to reverse some of those changes, according to...

By | December 10, 2021

Fewer than half of Americans who give to charity budget for it

November 13, 2021 – Candid Only 44 percent of Americans who gave to charity in the past twelve months include a line item for charitable donations in their annual budget, a survey on behalf of Vanguard Charitable finds. Conducted by the Harris...

By | December 10, 2021

Nearly half of nonprofits saw an increase in donors since March 2020

November 5, 2021 – Candid While nearly half of surveyed nonprofits saw an increase in the number of donors since March 2020, many were unprepared to leverage the surge in generosity, a report from the Blackbaud Institute finds. Based on a...

By | December 2, 2021

WINNER United Way for Southeastern Michigan

Sherri Welch – CRAIN’S Detroit Business – 12.2.2021 The strategic plan United Way for Southeastern Michigan finalized the week before the pandemic shutdowns in Michigan included renewed intentionality to diversify its board and staff.  But with the reckoning spurred...