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Technology Affinity Group and the Grants Mangers Network's 2014 Grantmakers Information Technology Survey Report concludes that funders are floundering with technology tools.
Building Power through Data-Sharing: Issues and Opportunities for Environmental Health and Justice Funders, a new report from Health and Environmental Funders Network, explores ways funders can build power in their fields through investments in data-sharing.
Planning to Win: The Just Enough Guide for Campaigners uses a six-step process to help organizations and coalitions build effective plans that lead to winning behavior, corporate or policy change campaigns.
Nonprofits can and should play an active role during elections, particularly by educating and activating voters. However, with important local, state and federal elections coming up this fall, nonprofits should take the time to remind their staff about appropriate activity during a political campaign or at any other time.
An article by Alice Buhl introduces a wide range of models from which families can choose to determine how to compose board, staff or advisory committees.
A growing number of African-American philanthropists are relying on family foundations for their charitable giving, preferring to put their trust in organizations they are close to and that aid the African-American community, this report from the Aspen Institute Program on Philanthropy and Social Innovation finds.
This research documents how 15 nonprofit organizations in Los Angeles County and their allies leveraged foundation grants to secure nearly $91 of benefit for every dollar spent for Los Angeles citizens.
A sample document detailing the core values of the Betty and Davis Fitzgerald Foundation including restrictions on participation on nonprofit/grantee boards.
This guide examines women's roles in philanthropy and features “how to” sections on creating and using a variety of forms of charitable giving, as well as working with professional advisers.
The guide shares and explains the experiences of several institutions that broadened their donor bases, services, and programs by reaching out to diverse communities. The publication focuses on the African American, Asian American, Latino, and Native American communities
Family Philanthropy Online is a dual service comprising an online Knowledge Center and a monthly webinar series, both offered by the National Center for Family Philanthropy. Members of Indiana Philanthropy Alliance enjoy free access to Family Philanthropy Online through IPA's partnership with NCFP.
This first-of-its-kind research examines the next generation of major donors, studying this crucial group directly rather than summarizing what others think about them. Through a national online survey and in-depth interviews, the researchers explored themes including philanthropic orientation, priorities, strategies, decision-making, and activities.
See also Next Gen Donors: Shaping the Future of Philanthropy, the GrantCraft companion guide to this report.
This guide accompanies the research presented in Next Gen Donors: Respecting Legacy, Revolutionizing Philanthropy. GrantCraft was invited to draw out the “practical wisdom” of 30 next generation major donors.
The Philanthropy Roadmap includes a series of guides on issues donors might face in their philanthropy and profiles of Great Givers, real-life individuals, couples and families who exemplify thoughtful, effective giving.
GiveSmart.org is designed to help philanthropists make better decisions and get better results from their giving. The website is part of Bridgespan’s Give Smart philanthropy initiative, which also includes the book Give Smart: Philanthropy that Gets Results by Thomas J. Tierney and Joel L. Fleishman (Public Affairs, 2011). GiveSmart.org collects and shares effective practices, including donor stories, practical how-to guides, and other decision-making tools.