The Giving USA 2020 summary was just released, and the findings are not surprising. That’s a good thing.
Exponent Philanthropy surveyed its network of “lean funders” to see how they are responding to COVID-19. Much of it is good, another example of donors shifting in ways that will be valuable beyond the pandemic.
The Foundation for Economic Education, in partnership with a major grant from the John Templeton Foundation, just released the results of a three-year research study on how to communicate to younger audiences ideas about liberty and limited government.
A new study raises questions about the value of thank-you calls for nonprofits. The study, however, has several outstanding questions.
Access to internet, among other trends, is leading to decreased migration as more Americans stay put in their hometowns.
Two main suggestions for those wishing to help support survivors of disasters reevaluate how they choose to respond.
Next time you see protesters picketing something in Manhattan, be aware that a third—or more—of their salaries comes from New York City and the state of New York.
Those who care about the sector should be a little unsettled.
While Giving USA’s annual reports fulfill a need for serious study of the charitable sector, fundraising professionals would do best to ignore all the buzz and focus on data that is more relevant to their specific organizations.
The latest report from Congress’ Social Capital Project lays the foundation for strengthening families, communities, and civil society.