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Individual Giving

 

Ideas to help individual donors and philanthropists be more effective

 

Giving 2.0: Getting Together to Give

Giving circles are powerful ways to transform the world while also transforming participants’ giving.

By Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen | 1 | Winter 2012
 

Giving Blind

Watch dog organizations don't reach most donors.

By Jessica Ruvinsky | Winter 2012
 
GIVING 2.0:
Transform Your
Giving and Your World
Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen

Go-Getters and Givers

Giving 2.0: Transform Your Giving and Our World by Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen

Reviewed By Sally Osberg | Winter 2012
 

The Emotions of Aid

“One death is a tragedy; 1 million is a statistic,” Joseph Stalin is supposed to have said. The more people we see suffering, the less we care.

By Jessica Ruvinsky | 3 | Summer 2011
 
DO MORE THAN
GIVE: The Six
Practices of Donors
Who Change the World
Leslie R. Crutchfield,
John V. Kania, &
Mark R. Kramer

Philanthropic Practices

Do More Than Give: The Six Practices of Donors Who Change the World by Leslie R. Crutchfield, John V. Kania, & Mark R. Kramer

Reviewed By Matthew Bishop | 1 | Summer 2011
 
GIVE SMART:
Philanthropy That
Gets Results
Tom Tierney & Joel L.
Fleishman

Think Hard

Give Smart: Philanthropy That Gets Results by Tom Tierney & Joel L. Fleishman

Reviewed By Melissa A. Berman | Spring 2011
 

Wisdom of a Smaller Crowd

Philanthropedia cofounder Deyan Vitanov wants to make it easier for donors to see the impact of the organizations they fund.

By Suzie Boss | Fall 2010
 
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Sell the Wind

What are social marketers to do when their target audience couldn’t care less about the change they want to make? Here's how one group got everyday people to care about alternative energy.

By Cathy L. Hartman & Edwin R. Stafford | Winter 2010
 
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Research: Tiny Cues Trigger Altruism

A mere hint of affiliation is sufficient to increase helping.

By Alana Conner | Winter 2010
 

Destination Unknown

Donors’ money isn’t going where they think it is.

By Ellen Konar, Sheryl Sandberg, & Melissa Brown | 2 | Winter 2008