11 Trends for 2018

How Repealing the Johnson Amendment Could Change the Game for Nonprofits

by Kyle Caldwell and Matthew Downey

Drawing on our local, national, and international research, tool development, training, and data work, leaders from the Johnson Center have identified 11 key trends that will impact the work of both grantmakers or nonprofit leaders in the months and years …

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11 Trends for 2018

Governments and Nonprofits: New Partnerships or Paradigm Shifts?

by Kyle Caldwell

Drawing on our local, national, and international research, tool development, training, and data work, leaders from the Johnson Center have identified 11 key trends that will impact the work of both grantmakers or nonprofit leaders in the months and years to come. In this piece, we …

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11 Trends for 2018

A Growing Commitment to Building Nonprofit Capacity

by Teri Behrens and Jason Franklin

Drawing on our local, national, and international research, tool development, training, and data work, leaders from the Johnson Center have identified 11 key trends that will impact the work of both grantmakers or nonprofit leaders in the months and years to come. In this …

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11 Trends for 2018

Philanthropy’s Quest for Equity

by Juan Olivarez

Drawing on our local, national, and international research, tool development, training, and data work, leaders from the Johnson Center have identified 11 key trends that will impact the work of both grantmakers or nonprofit leaders in the months and years to come. In this piece, we explore one of those …

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11 Trends for 2018

Defining Progress with Place-Based Philanthropy

by Teri Behrens

Drawing on our local, national, and international research, tool development, training, and data work, leaders from the Johnson Center have identified 11 key trends that will impact the work of both grantmakers or nonprofit leaders in the months and years to come. In this piece, we explore one of …

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11 Trends for 2018

The Globalization of Philanthropy

by Jason Franklin and Michael Moody

Drawing on our local, national, and international research, tool development, training, and data work, leaders from the Johnson Center have identified 11 key trends that will impact the work of both grantmakers or nonprofit leaders in the months and years to come. In this piece, we explore …

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11 Trends for 2018

Next Gen Donors and the “Golden Age of Giving”

by Michael Moody

Drawing on our local, national, and international research, tool development, training, and data work, leaders from the Johnson Center have identified 11 key trends that will impact the work of both grantmakers or nonprofit leaders in the months and years to come. In this piece, …

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11 Trends for 2018

Giving More by Giving Together

by Jason Franklin

Drawing on our local, national, and international research, tool development, training, and data work, leaders from the Johnson Center have identified 11 key trends that will impact the work of both grantmakers or nonprofit leaders in the months and years to come. In this piece, we explore one of …

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Understanding Differences in Cultures, Faiths, and Origins through Philanthropy

by Hassan Jaber and Shariq Siddiqui

Understanding other cultures and the ways they give of their time, talent, and treasure through their faith, can help strengthen and advance philanthropy. Philanthropy is a cornerstone to many cultures and religions and helps to define many of our rituals and rites of …

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Our Evolving Sector: A Conversation with Nonprofit Leaders

by Kyle Caldwell and Matthew Downey

A few weeks ago, the Johnson Center’s Executive Director, Kyle Caldwell, and Director of Nonprofit Services, Matthew Downey, traveled to Michigan’s Upper Peninsula for the annual U.P. Nonprofit Conference to engage in a dialogue about the evolving nature of the nonprofit sector.

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