Category Archives: Future of Fundraising

A $100 Million Impact Investment Made Easy – Penta Daily – Barrons.com

The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur and Calvert foundations in Chicago hope to introduce the public to impact investing with a $20 minimum investment in a do-good fixed-income instrument. Source: A $100 Million Impact Investment Made Easy – Penta

A $100 Million Impact Investment Made Easy – Penta Daily – Barrons.com

The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur and Calvert foundations in Chicago hope to introduce the public to impact investing with a $20 minimum investment in a do-good fixed-income instrument. Source: A $100 Million Impact Investment Made Easy – Penta

Despite New Ways of Giving, Grant Makers Say No Big Shift Is Afoot – The Chronicle of Philanthropy

Philanthropy is awash with new approaches to promoting change, but attendees at a gathering of grant makers questioned whether any of them are game-changers. Source: Despite New Ways of Giving, Grant Makers Say No Big Shift Is Afoot – The

Despite New Ways of Giving, Grant Makers Say No Big Shift Is Afoot – The Chronicle of Philanthropy

Philanthropy is awash with new approaches to promoting change, but attendees at a gathering of grant makers questioned whether any of them are game-changers. Source: Despite New Ways of Giving, Grant Makers Say No Big Shift Is Afoot – The

For Some Top Nonprofits, Changing the World Begins in Seattle – The New York Times

Philanthropic efforts of those who made billions in the tech industry have put the Pacific Northwest at the epicenter of a push to improve global health. Source: For Some Top Nonprofits, Changing the World Begins in Seattle – The New

For Some Top Nonprofits, Changing the World Begins in Seattle – The New York Times

Philanthropic efforts of those who made billions in the tech industry have put the Pacific Northwest at the epicenter of a push to improve global health. Source: For Some Top Nonprofits, Changing the World Begins in Seattle – The New

25 Facts and Stats about NGOs Worldwide

A collaborative research project by the Public Interest Registry and Nonprofit Tech for Good, the report is based on the survey results of 2,780 NGOs worldwide. Source: 25 Facts and Stats about NGOs Worldwide

25 Facts and Stats about NGOs Worldwide

A collaborative research project by the Public Interest Registry and Nonprofit Tech for Good, the report is based on the survey results of 2,780 NGOs worldwide. Source: 25 Facts and Stats about NGOs Worldwide

The future of impact bonds globally: Reflections from a recent Brookings event | Brookings Institution

It has been six years since the first impact bond was implemented in March of 2010, and the field is beginning to move from an exploratory stage to looking at systemic change. “The Global Potential and Limitation of Impact Bonds” event served

The future of impact bonds globally: Reflections from a recent Brookings event | Brookings Institution

It has been six years since the first impact bond was implemented in March of 2010, and the field is beginning to move from an exploratory stage to looking at systemic change. “The Global Potential and Limitation of Impact Bonds” event served

The future of aid: will international NGOs survive? | Global Development Professionals Network | The Guardian

Amid new challenges such as climate change and the rise of digital campaigners, the sector must urgently reinvent itself Source: The future of aid: will international NGOs survive? | Global Development Professionals Network | The Guardian

The future of aid: will international NGOs survive? | Global Development Professionals Network | The Guardian

Amid new challenges such as climate change and the rise of digital campaigners, the sector must urgently reinvent itself Source: The future of aid: will international NGOs survive? | Global Development Professionals Network | The Guardian

The Faces Of China’s New Philanthropy – Forbes

As large-scale philanthropy grows in China, its top donors favor giving to educational causes and their home regions. Source: The Faces Of China’s New Philanthropy – Forbes

The Faces Of China’s New Philanthropy – Forbes

As large-scale philanthropy grows in China, its top donors favor giving to educational causes and their home regions. Source: The Faces Of China’s New Philanthropy – Forbes

The 2016 Trends to Watch in Nonprofit Accounting | AccountingWEBThe 2016 Nonprofit Accounting Trends to Watch

As smart nonprofit accounting leaders and advisors prepare for 2016, I wanted to take the time to share some trends that I believe will have the biggest impact on nonprofit accounting in 2016. Source: The 2016 Trends to Watch in

The 2016 Trends to Watch in Nonprofit Accounting | AccountingWEBThe 2016 Nonprofit Accounting Trends to Watch

As smart nonprofit accounting leaders and advisors prepare for 2016, I wanted to take the time to share some trends that I believe will have the biggest impact on nonprofit accounting in 2016. Source: The 2016 Trends to Watch in

Giving Unchained: Philanthropy and the Blockchain – AVPN

CAF explored in a previous “Giving Thought” discussion paper the potential opportunities and risks for charities and donors associated with the rise of cryptocurrencies. These are new f… Source: Giving Unchained: Philanthropy and the Blockchain – AVPN

Giving Unchained: Philanthropy and the Blockchain – AVPN

CAF explored in a previous “Giving Thought” discussion paper the potential opportunities and risks for charities and donors associated with the rise of cryptocurrencies. These are new f… Source: Giving Unchained: Philanthropy and the Blockchain – AVPN