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Communities Hardest Hit by COVID-19 Lag in Response Funds

Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPoC) have made up a disproportionate number of serious COVID-19 cases. Despite this, relief philanthropies have not focused on these communities, with only 14 percent even mentioning these communities when discussing their mission, according to Giving Compass, a Seattle-based donor platform that supports impact-based giving. Giving Compass’s analysis of […]

AWS Opens Imagine Grants Applications

Applications open today for the 2020 Imagine Grant Program, a public grant opportunity from Amazon Web Services (AWS) for nonprofits that use cloud technology to achieve their mission. Proposals are due by Sept. 30. AWS Imagine Grants provide resources to nonprofits to deploy cloud technology as a central tool in achieving mission goals. AWS seeks […]

It’s Not All About The Pandemic

In this altered world we share there’s no business as usual, only cascading uncertainties and daily workarounds as we figure out how to offer services while also keeping people safe. In this house of mirrors, grant professionals are confronted with their own set of challenges. How can you propose a solid program plan when it’s […]

Nearly Half Of Donors Just Giving Locally

Right now small and steady might be the best way to go when it comes to donor acquisition. QuickBooks Advanced in Mountain View, Calif., sponsored a survey of 2,000 nonprofit donors in late March, 2020. Respondents were initially screened for donation activity. Among them, 29 percent make donations every few months, with 55 percent giving […]

Planned Parenthood Of Greater N.Y. Fires CEO

Three days after issuing a statement backing its chief executive, Planned Parenthood of Greater New York, which completed a merger in January and instituted widespread layoffs in April, separated from its president and CEO in response to an uprising from current and former staff. In a June 22 letter, the board of directors of Planned […]

DAF Dollars Boosted Food Programs 667%

Donors at Fidelity Charitable increased grants across the geographic spectrum during the first four months of 2020 in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19), boosting human services charities in particular, while also maintaining giving to other charities. The Boston-based donor-advised fund (DAF) released “Communities In Crisis: How donors are responding to COVID-19,” a 41-page report detailing […]

Americans’ Trust Of NPOs Vary By Economic Status

People have more trust in nonprofits than boarder philanthropy to help strengthen society and the more familiar and connected they are to organizations, the more trust they have in them, according to a new survey. There is more mistrust, though, at lower economic level. Independent Sector (IS) released new findings on trust in civil society […]

Impact Investing Future Bright Despite COVID, Economic Issues

Neither the global pandemic nor a worldwide economic slowdown is reducing impact investing, according to the Global Impact Investing Network’s Annual Impact Investor Survey. While 69 percent of respondents to the New York City-based impact investing industry advocacy organization’s survey said the impact investing market is growing “steadily,” 30 percent indicated it is “in its […]

Uber Wealthy Not Doing Their Part

The wealthiest 1 percent of the world’s population makes 99 percent of the world’s charitable gifts. But since they control much more than 99 percent of the world’s wealth, this figure lags their potential. The world’s highest-worth individuals — those with assets in excess of $30 million — are underperforming as charitable givers, according to […]

Giving Down 6% In First Quarter

Giving to charities dropped 6 percent in the first quarter of 2020 compared to the same time last year, including an 11-percent dive in March as the country headed into the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) shutdowns. The survey results released today come a week after initial Giving USA estimates showed 2.4-percent growth in 2019 to almost […]