The Generation that is Breaking Stereotypes and Changing Philanthropy

The millennial generation, those born between 1980 and 2000, have been described by older counterparts as entitled, narcissistic, and even lazy. However, in the past few years, stories have emerged that question this stereotype. Whilst millennials are taking radical steps away from trends of past generations, many new studies have shown that they are interested in Read more about The Generation that is Breaking Stereotypes and Changing Philanthropy[…]

Impact Giving – A New Style of Charitable Giving

Donors have always been inclined to give to causes they feel connected to, and a new style of giving is emerging in the philanthropic community called Impact Giving or Impact Philanthropy. The term emphasizes a more personal relationship between donors and the long-term outcome of the causes they choose to support. Impact givers generally take more time to Read more about Impact Giving – A New Style of Charitable Giving[…]

Donor-Advised Funds – What Fundraisers Should Know

Donor-advised funds are the ‘fastest-growing vehicle in philanthropy’ according to the National Philanthropic Trust. For the 6th consecutive year individual donor-advised funds, or DAFs, have increased by 6%. And in 2016 alone over $15.75 billion was granted to charities from DAFs. Although the popularity of this style of giving has increased in recent past, its Read more about Donor-Advised Funds – What Fundraisers Should Know[…]

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