The Center for Disaster Philanthropy has partnered with Foundation Center on an interactive dashboard, which provides an analysis of disaster-related funding by foundations, governments, corporations and individuals. The data presented illuminates funding trends, exposes some of the imbalances in where and when contributions are made to help donors make more strategic decisions about their investments in the full life cycle of disasters, including preparedness and recovery efforts.
The Association of Corporate Contributions Professionals (ACCP) is an independent organization providing services and support for corporate contributions, community relations, and employee volunteer managers.
To better understand transparency in philanthropy — both its meaning and the current state of practice among foundations — CEP analyzed survey data from 145 foundation CEOs and more than 15,000 grantees and systematically reviewed more than 70 foundation websites. This report reveals that funders see grantees as the primary audiences for their transparency efforts, and both foundations and grantees believe transparency about the substance of foundation work, rather than about financial disclosures or governance, matters most to effectiveness.
Improve Your Corporate Giving Strategy
The 2018 Corporate Giving Webinar Series can help you think smarter and perform better when it comes to combining corporate mission with philanthropic action. By joining, you'll hear data supporting the need for corporate philanthropy and development strategies to help giving programs succeed.
The 2018 Family Foundation Webinar Series is designed to help you think smarter and perform better when it comes to family giving. By joining, you'll hear foundations across the country share strategies to implement effective family philanthropy.
The 2018 Tri-State Community Foundation Partnership Webinar Series is presented in collaboration with IPA, Philanthropy Ohio (POH), and Council of Michigan Foundations (CMF). Together, we hope to harness and share the collective expertise of each state’s leading philanthropic organizations and trusted community partners.
Nonprofit organizations employed more than 10.6% of the workforce in 2013 (14.4 million workers).
More individuals work for nonprofit employers than are employed in national defense, construction, real estate, and space research combined.
Learn more in this fact sheet.
This guide will:
- Describe what employee volunteer and skills giving programs entail,
- Provide questions you will need to consider before you start your program, and
- Present solutions to help you get started.
YPII's annual survey with Indiana Community Foundations that promote youth philanthropy through a youth council or school-based grantmaking program.
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