You don’t have to give up alcohol or sweets to keep these resolutions, but they may just help you get more out of your grantmaking in 2013. We challenge every foundation to make – and carry out – at least one of these resolutions this year.
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The term impact investing has been gaining brand value over the past five years. The precursors of community investing and socially responsible investing are ironically being dropped from the conversation as if to imply that impact investing is a brand new phenomenon. While there is innovation inherent in impact investing, it is important to leverage the histories – good and bad – from community development, socially responsible investing, and venture philanthropy in order to support the success, sustainability and scale of the larger social benefit marketplace. -
CFO Cheryl McKenna helps you get ready for your foundation's tax season in this PowerPoint presentation and webinar. Presented as part of Philanthropy Ohio's "Coffee Break" webinar series about foundation operations.
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Society is best served when philanthropy can flourish and Congress and the nonprofit sector work collaboratively to advance the common good.
For that to happen, our lawmakers must understand the important role philanthropy plays in society—and how ill-conceived legislation can hinder philanthropy’s contributions. That’s why it’s so important for grantmakers to educate their lawmakers about the importance of philanthropy in their districts and states and across the nation.