According to a newly released study, Baby Boomers are emerging as the dominant force in charitable giving, responsible for 43 percent of all dollars donated! … [Read more...] about Boomers Emerging As The Dominant Force in American Philanthropy
21/64 and the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy have released The Future of Jewish Giving. from the introduction: Jewish funders have, over many generations, built a Jewish nonprofit infrastructure that is considered a model across the United States and beyond. … [Read more...] about A Snapshot of Jewish Next Gen Donors
The Jewish People Policy Institute (JPPI) has released an analysis of the approaching transition in the professional leadership of major Jewish organizations in the United States. Prepared by Barry Rosenberg, the analysis serves as the basis of a chapter in JPPI's 2012-2013 … [Read more...] about Transitions in N. America’s Jewish Leadership
Hudson Institute's Center for Global Prosperity (CGP) has released Philanthropic Freedom: A Pilot Study, the first time ease of giving has been fully measured and compared across countries. The 13-country study fills a major gap in development policy and philanthropic research … [Read more...] about Philanthropic Freedom: If You Can’t Measure It, You Can’t Improve It
'What differentiates truly great fundraising from the average, good and poor?' and 'What are the factors that allow an organisation to double, treble or even quadruple its income?' These are questions addressed by Professors Adrian Sargeant and Jen Shang in their newly … [Read more...] about What Makes Fundraising Truly Great?