Four major foundations are joining arms for a $40M project, “Reimagining the Civic Commons”. There is good news and bad news.
Casting a wide net.
In “Money Well Spent: A Strategic Plan for Smart Philanthropy” authors Paul Brest and Hal Harvey offer a vision of strategic philanthropy that is more concerned with social change than selfless love.
The full effect of the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has yet to be seen. Nevertheless, a bipartisan bill in the House has the ability to spur giving by donors of all sizes.
Liberally educated generalists with range, rather than narrowly focused specialists with technical expertise and sometimes-overbearing confidence.
And for conservative philanthropy, a small measure of comfort.
Successful organizations tell their story in a way makes it a story about their donors, too. Here’s how to help your donors identify with your story.
More are recognizing America’s “identity crisis” as urgent.
Billionaire donor James Simons is an interesting example of active and engaged philanthropy: a mathematician actively involved in advancing research through his Institute.
George R. La Noue, in his latest book, discussed the loss of debate on college campuses. Free speech may be seeing tough times, but is debate so absent?