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Survival of the Most Technological

Publication date: 
10/2013
Qgiv President and Co-Founder, Todd Baylis, wrote an article for the most recent issue of NTEN: Change. The piece, called “Survival of The Most Technological,” takes a thorough look at giving trends and how nonprofits must adapt and change to stay relevant.
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Igniting the Spark, Part II: How Do Next Gen Boards Work and How Do We Create One?

Publication date: 
07/2013
The National Center for Family Philanthropy and Youth Philanthropy Connect, a program of the Frieda C. Fox Family Foundation, have teamed up on the release of our latest Passages Issue Brief entitled, “Igniting the Spark: Creating Effective Next Generation Boards.” This Issue Brief is now available on the National Center for Family Philanthropy’s website at www.ncfp.org.
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Flexible and Genuine: Building a Strong Signature Program

Publication date: 
06/2013
he 2013 CECP Summit: Ahead, Together, brought chairs of foundations, CEOs, and corporate responsbility experts to NYC to discuss how to make corporate giving more effective. At a session on June 4, Eva Tansky Blum, EVP & Director of Community Affairs at PNC Bank and Lori Forte Harnick, General Manager for Citizenship & Public Affairs at Microsoft shared their insights during Adapting Signature Programs to New Realities, a panel moderated by Carol Cone, Global Practice Chair of Edelman Business + Social Purpose for Edelman.
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