New technology is formalizing and making easier the process of uncovering hidden connections between the charity’s network and prospective donors.
- How to Get Started in Mapping Donor Ties
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Nonprofits must stop worrying about crazy people online and instead focus on finding well-meaning people who want to help shape and support their cause, says the author of...
2014 Endowment Survey
While rich nonprofits used to do well with hedge funds, private equity, and other alternative investments, groups that invest in stocks are faring better.
- Explore the data: Search for organizations by name or type to see returns on endowment, market values, and more, since 2002.
$1-Million for Violence Victims
Among the 10 new grants posted today: $1-million from the Allstate Foundation to 14 nonprofits to help victims of domestic violence with their finances. Search The Chronicle's database of more than 38,000 grants.
The deal demonstrates what happens when grant makers offer incentives that get every key player to make a financial sacrifice.
The Fund for Shared Insight has awarded $5.26-million to "accelerate the culture of listening" at charities.
The competition for donations on December 2 runs the risk of alienating the very people nonprofits need most.
A new study finds foundations are also resuming multiyear grants after cutting back in hard economic times.
It will now make grants from its corporate-responsibility arm. The move comes after an investigation found that the foundation’s activities were trying to help improve...
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Membership in a network of foundations that have pledged to divorce themselves from fossil fuels has grown from 17 to 72 since January.
The head of the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan was central to making the deal come together.