Philanthropy, Volunteerism & Grantmaking Foundations
Public and private foundations, community foundations, AmeriCorps and Vista programs, and federated giving programs are just some of the types of the more than 108,00 nonprofits in the United States that produce more than $141billion in annual revenue to achieve their missions through promoting philanthropy and voluntarism or engaging in grantmaking.
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Moving Beyond Startup
The Lone Survivor Foundation offers a clear example of a nonprofit that has moved beyond its preliminary success. Several key strategies can be taken from the foundation's success, such as name recognition and branding, collaboration with like-minded organizations, and portfolio diversification can help nonprofits attain long-term sustainability.
Jan 21, 2019
1.21.19 US News
Indiana University alumnus Doug Hamilton and his partner of 35 years, Don Vossburg, create new $2.2 million scholarship for LGBTQ students, IEG names Peter Laatz as its new Global Managing Director, Keep America Beautiful is teaming up to help mobilize affiliate organizations and volunteers across the country to clean up these shared public spaces during shutdown, and more.
Jan 21, 2019
1.21.19 NC News
The North Carolina Community Foundation board of directors allocates $1 million for the initial round of grants to support long-term recovery from Hurricane Florence, The Duke Endowment appoints Lily Zhang to the new position of Associate Director of Data & Analytics, The Beehive Collective is currently accepting applications for their 2019 Small Grant, and more.
Jan 16, 2019
What's So Great About Harvard?
In our debut episode of Season 2, philanthropist Chuck ReCorr, whose Harvard 100 program provides Triangle-area nonprofit leaders an immersive learning experience, and nonprofit consultant Staci Barfield, a Harvard 100 alum, discuss the value of invest...
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What's so great about @Harvard? In the season 2 debut of #thenonprofitexperience @MerrillLynch's Chuck ReCorr &… https://t.co/bJYehYREig