A philanthropic investment in Guatemala has established an ongoing stream of revenue to reach at-risk kids.
Fomenting growth and prosperity for the nation through philanthropy includes getting behind Latino success.
An online registry for disaster relief has proved a successful model for avoiding unproductive donations—when will we adopt it?
A new study provides insight into the giving behavior of 22 wealthy donors.
Giving 2.0 Project U offers a treasure trove of resources for teachers and students of philanthropy.
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Despite years of claiming the contrary, donors still don’t really care about nonprofit performance or impact.
A first-of-its-kind national study shows that Gen X and Millennial major donors aim to revamp philanthropic strategy and take risks on new tools.
Intended impact is personal; social issues are not.
The issues and effects of “diverse donors” are no longer marginal, but a central part of the complex philanthropic and social sector in the US.