Dead Billionaires Whose Foundations Are Thriving Today Can Thank Henry VIII and Elizabeth I
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History explains why American donors get to give from the grave ..read more
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Livestreamers Up Their Games to Help Charities Raise Funds
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Raising money for charity using livestreaming isn’t entirely new, but this genre has upped its game, with streamers raising $1.4 million for nonprofits. Find out how it’s done and if this might be a good fit for your group ..read more
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Experts Share Tips on Fundraising Amid Uncertainty
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Several frontline fundraisers joined the Chronicle to discuss how the pandemic has changed their relationships with donors and which donor-cultivation strategies are most effective now ..read more
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Nonprofit Unions Are Here; Tax Credits Are Still Helping Nonprofits Bounce Back From Pandemic
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Plus, how philanthropy can help envision a brighter future for America (opinion), and a donor’s observation leads to a popular exhibit of works by Black artists at a hospital ..read more
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How the Columbus Zoo Tests the Fitness of Its Fundraising Program
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The nonprofit revved up small-gift donations with a free data-analytics product offered by the Fundraising Effectiveness Project ..read more
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How to Appeal to Young Donors
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Plus, join Thursday’s webinar on powerful donor communications for 2023 ..read more
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Gates Foundation Plans to Give $8.3 Billion in 2023
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Plus, Fidelity Investments has pledged $250 million to support minority students, and allegations that George Santos’s charity is fake highlight how scams divert money from worthy causes ..read more
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2 Years After Jan. 6 Insurrection, Philanthropy Must Help America Envision a Better Future
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Donors need to learn to behave like good ancestors. That means instilling a future-oriented mind-set into grant making and imagining a more positive version of the nation and democracy ..read more
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The Risks and Rewards of Sharing Power With Your Community
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What does it look like to partner with those whose expertise comes largely from lived experiences? An early-childhood program shows why bringing parents to the decision-making table was critical to its work ..read more
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Financier John Paulson Gives NYU $100 Million
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Plus, American Technion Society received $50 million from Lynda and Stewart Resnick, and the retired race-car driver and oilman Johnny Gray and his wife, Terry, are giving Jupiter Medical Center $25 million ..read more
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