Philanthropy Wired: June 2021
To some extent all in the nonprofit industry whether on the giving or getting side, are activists, attempting to make a difference, or, in the immortal words of John Lewis, attempting to get into “good trouble.”
June 30, 2021 / Philanthropy Wired /
According to a recent study by the Fundraising Effectiveness Project renewal of smaller gifts are down in 2018. This study was highlighted in a Washington Post article that noted “the number of donors fell 4.5 percent last year.”
June 10, 2021 / Warren Davis /
Philanthropy Wired: May 2021
Response to the global pandemic and uneven economic recovery by jurisdiction, from small to large impacts us all, and for practitioners in the nonprofit and nongovernmental organization arenas, both from the organizational perspective and the philanthropist’s perspective, every decision in the new normal requires practitioners to “orbit” decisions from an infinitely more complicated variety of angles.
May 29, 2021 / Philanthropy Wired /
BOARD MEMBERS AS STEWARDS
We’ve all heard these “job descriptions” for nonprofit board members:
May 12, 2021 / Thomas McCarty /
Philanthropy Wired – April 2021
One of the most compelling pieces of evidence which led to the conviction of former Minneapolis Police Department officer Derek Chauvin in the killing of George Floyd was the video seen around the world, taken by then-17-year-old Darnella Frazier.
April 30, 2021 / Philanthropy Wired /