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Tag Archives: philanthropy

By | December 1, 2021

Clear Communication Is Essential to Keep Pandemic-Weary Big Donors Engaged and Giving

By Maria Di Mento NOVEMBER 17, 2021 – Chronicle of Philanthropy The pandemic and other crises of the past 20 months have left many people emotionally tapped out. It’s no different for wealthy donors who have been asked to give...

By | September 30, 2021

More than a quarter of donors plan to give more in 2021 than in 2020

September 21, 2021 – From Candid More than a quarter (27 percent) of U.S. adults who gave to charity in 2020 gave significantly more last year than they did the previous year, and 26 percent plan to give more...

By | September 17, 2021

How to Hang On to Fundraisers in a Hot Job Market

By Emily Haynes SEPTEMBER 14, 2021 – From The Chronicle of Philanthropy Employees across the country left their jobs en masse this spring. Nearly 4 million people quit work in June, according to the Department of Labor’s most recent jobs data. Many...

By | September 9, 2021

Nonprofits Can Now Add a Donate Button to Their Zoom Events

By Emily Haynes AUGUST 30, 2021 – From the Chronicle of Philanthropy Raising money during virtual fundraising events just got a little easier, thanks to the launch of a new donate button on Zoom. Starting Monday, participants in Zoom meetings and events...

By | August 17, 2021

MacKenzie Scott Is Transforming America One Gift at a Time

The Bloomberg Open ~ August 12th, 2021, 10:19 AM EDT Billionaire MacKenzie Scott, the fourth richest woman in the world, has quickly become the leader of philanthropic giving with almost $8.6 billion in gifts announced in just 12 months,...

By | August 12, 2021

Should Philanthropy Fund Government? A $400 Million Gift Settles That Question in Kalamazoo, Mich., for Years to Come

By Drew LindsayJULY 29, 2021 – From The Chronicle of Philanthropy It began with a highly unusual offer from two business executives — who both have billions in wealth — to bankroll a distressed city government. Five years later, the...

By | July 13, 2021

National giving trends in 2020 create unique opportunities, challenges for local nonprofits

BY JOSH SPANNINGA Sunday, June 20, 2021 04:21pm – MBiz The COVID-19 pandemic caused major shifts in philanthropic giving last year as human services organizations benefited and small-level donors increased, according to a recent report from global nonprofit Giving...

By | July 13, 2021

National Service Is One of the Few Things That Could Unite America

By Laura Lauder and Stanley McChrystal JULY 13, 2021- The Chronicle of Philanthropy National service is having a civic moment. People across the political spectrum are calling for expanded national service as a means to unify a polarized nation and tackle problems...

By | June 18, 2021

Crypto, Meet Donor-Advised Funds: a New Way of Giving

By Eden StiffmanJUNE 8, 2021SAN FRANCISCO In 2016, Robbie Heeger and his brother created a donor-advised fund at the San Francisco Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund. Heeger, now 30, was working at Apple and got in the habit of...