Nonprofits are taking advantage of new partnerships, tools, and technologies like data philanthropy, predictive analytics, and machine learning to demonstrate impact.
Many issues once thought of as areas of common ground, such as public health, have become polarizing topics in the U.S., and philanthropy is increasingly enmeshed in these larger culture wars.
Teri Behrens highlights the importance of infrastructure organizations, like the Johnson Center, that contribute to the effective and efficient operation of the philanthropic sector.
In our changing philanthropic landscape, it’s increasingly important for nonprofits to select corporate sponsors carefully. Explore these top tips for finding the ideal partner.
Institutional philanthropy is starting to recognize the strengths, challenges, and needs that Indigenous people bring to many of our sector’s most pressing areas of work.
For many nonprofits, the concept of cryptocurrency still feels alien and difficult to grasp. Still, its appeal as a donor vehicle and the new wealth it’s generating are undeniable, pushing savvy nonprofits to keep up.
As businesses increasingly realize the benefits of employee volunteer programs and other corporate philanthropy initiatives, this guide offers nonprofits a list of best practices for recruiting and retaining corporate volunteer groups.
Jamila Jabulani calls on funders to think more creatively and intentionally about how they can best support the emotional, mental, and physical wellbeing of their nonprofit grantees.
In this article, philanthropy consultant Aly Sterling explains how to communicate the importance of dedicated philanthropy and CSR programs to your nonprofit organization’s corporate partners.
Donors of color are leading — or are playing an increasingly visible role in leading — many of the shifts we’re seeing today in the field of philanthropy.