ORLANDO -- Leaders of the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP) unveiled a multi-year, four-point strategic plan that is intended to build on its strengths as an education provider and expand its mission to be the authority and thought leader in healthcare philanthropy. Using the forum of… Read More »
Crowdfunding is no Field of Dreams: If you build it, they might not come. If you build it, you need to push it out and tell everyone about it, and then they will come, according to nonprofit technology and fundraising experts. If your organization is dipping its toes in crowdfunding, it probably … Read More »
New legislation enacted in California will clarify regulations surrounding fundraising counsel as well as custody or control of funds, among other definitions related to charities. A.B. 556 was signed into law yesterday by Gov. Jerry Brown after unanimously sailing through the Senate and Assembly… Read More »
Disaster assistance would benefit from oversight through regular federal evaluation so Congress should consider creating an independent, external oversee of the American Red Cross, according to a new report by the Government Accountability Office (GAO). The 57-page report released today was in re… Read More »
The gender pay gap among nonprofit CEOs is narrowing but fewer than one in five charities with budgets of $50 million or more are led by a female. Those are among the findings of the 2015 GuideStar Nonprofit Compensation Report. Released today, the report indicated that the gender pay gap ranged … Read More »
The image of a little boy’s lifeless body on the Turkish shore last week grabbed the world’s attention. The ensuing reaction and media exposure apparently was enough to spur donors to give toward ending the Syrian refugee crisis, as relief agencies have reported spikes in online giving the past … Read More »
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Leaders who struggle with risk management might be able to attribute their difficulties to their own brains working against them. Diana Del Bel Belluz, founder and president of Risk Wise Inc., in Toronto, explained to attendees of the 2015 Risk Summit that the brain is capable of undermining success in risk management by overestimating or underestimating rewards, overestimating one’s ability to control risk, misaligning risk-reward tradeoff and allowing for self interest to take over organizational interests.
Yale University’s endowment earned an 11.5 percent investment return and grew to $25.6 billion last year. The university also had investment gains of about $2.6 billion for the year ending June 30, compared with $4 billion the previous year. The endowment returned 20.2 percent for the year ending June 30, 2014, when most university endowments averaged about 15.5 percent, according to the 2014 Study of Endowments.
Competitions and incentives can motivate Millennial employees in particular and inspire short-term engagement but in the long run, managers must show employees how their donation or volunteer hours make a difference, according to the 2015 Millennial Impact Report released today.
“Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus” wasn’t a best-selling book for nothing. Differences in gender abound in a variety of things and charitable giving is no different.
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