By Richard Marker Some years ago, a very prominent Wall Street financier and his wife, herself a very prominent philanthropist, gave a headline grabbing gift to a world-famous museum. The most famous gallery in that museum would henceforth bear their names. At the … [Read more...] about The Myth of Perpetuity
By Liana Krupp There is a glaring silence that comes from Center for Effective Philanthropy’s recent report New Attitudes, Old Practices: The Provision of Multiyear General Operating Support: 63% of foundation CEOs interviewed for the study favored increasing multiyear general … [Read more...] about On Trust & Risk: Providing Multi-Year Grants for Nonprofits’ General Operations
The Center for Effective Philanthropy has released New Attitudes, Old Practices: The Provision of Multiyear General Operating Support: Multiyear general operating support (GOS) provides nonprofits with the flexibility to use funds to fulfill their missions and the ability to … [Read more...] about What’s Stopping Foundations from Providing Multi-Year Grants for Nonprofits’ General Operations?
In a new CAF America survey, 424 global and local charitable organizations report that even as COVID-19 continues to negatively impact 91% of the respondents, almost all managed to maintain full or some level of operations by adjusting their strategies, by increasing their social … [Read more...] about CAF America Reports Charities Remain Resilient in the Face of COVID-19
A new report from the Women’s Philanthropy Institute (WPI), COVID-19, Generosity, and Gender: How Giving Changed During the Early Months of a Global Pandemic, explores how men and women gave in response to the pandemic and how their overall giving changed in spring 2020. The f … [Read more...] about New Report from the Women’s Philanthropy Institute finds Americans Embraced Expansive forms of Giving during early Months of Pandemic