Explore how empathy and kindness help young people develop skills for healthier and more prosocial philanthropic behavior.
Youth Philanthropy Initiative of Indiana (YPII) and Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy partnered to host a FREE 4-part webinar series designed to support next-gen leadership and giving. Sessions feature national experts and Lilly Family School of Philanthropy faculty and students sharing research, resources, and examples of classroom-based grantmaking programs.
A list of podcasts compiled through the collaboration of organizations belonging to United Philanthropy Forum.
Effective storytelling can warm hearts, shift moods, and inspire action-but crafting your story can be a daunting task! In this webinar, hear from community foundations who have gone beyond basic communications to transform their messaging through storytelling.
A guidebook to help foundations create engaging youth council programming that builds life skills of young people.
The data in this report, along with the insights in the profiles, can help foundation leaders determine the best methods for learning from their work and deciding what to be open about.
In the largest, most robust, industry-leading, and internationally-recognized research of corporate social investment, CECP: The CEO Force for Good, in association with The Conference Board, found in their annual Giving in Numbers: 2018 Edition report that leading corporations are intensifying efforts to meet key societal needs around the world.
This study spans twelve years and analyzes 21,148 infrastructure-related grants made by 881 funders to 511 organizations over that period.
Join us in celebrating philanthropy this month!
The Why Early Childhood Matters: Early Brain Development Presentation is a resource to share with community leaders about the importance of early brain development and how a child's experiences in the first five years can build either a strong or weak foundation for future learning, health and life success.
The Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation released this report on the high rates of tobacco use in Indiana. We need to do much more to address these health challenges.
The Richard M. Fairbanks Foundation (RMFF) released this report about the opioid epidemic in Indiana. More work must be done to make meaningful progress in addressing this epidemic.
NFG’s Funders for Justice created this website toolkit for funders because they believe that our collective investments in housing, education, health, transportation, food security, and jobs will fail if we do not also proactively work to divest this nation’s resources from criminalization.
Research faculty and students from the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy explore recent findings on how funders choose to support youth philanthropy programming.
This workshop was presented by PEAK Grantmaking on learning how to "walk the talk" when it comes to embedding institutional values into your grantmaking practices.
See resources from this program below.
The report finds that despite Hoosiers’ hard work, state policy choices are preventing them from being properly rewarded, with key indicators including incomes and rates of working poor families near the bottom of the Midwest, and with trends moving towards the South.
Faculty from Columbia University and staff from Magnified Giving explore classroom-based grantmaking programs.
IPA’s Community Data Sources program features Cynthia Cunningham of Community Solutions showing our members where to find and how to use free online data tools.
Powered by a booming stock market and a strong economy, charitable giving by American individuals, bequests, foundations and corporations to U.S. charities surged to an estimated $410.02 billion in 2017, according to Giving USA 2018: The Annual Report on Philanthropy for the Year 2017.
This is a recap of Indiana General Assembly's 2018 Session.