This month’s topic: Where Boards Go Astray and How to Get Them Back on Track. Building a great nonprofit or foundation board is essential, yet the process is often a challenge. What can you do when the actions of the board don’t meet your expectations? Suzanne Allen, President of Philanthropy Ohio, will be your guide and host.
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Research on diversity in organizations has largely focused on the implications of gender and ethnic differences for performance, to the exclusion of other outcomes. We propose that gender and ethnic differences also have implications for workplace charitable giving, an important aspect of corporate social responsibility.
High level strategies and promising practices of six local funders working to prevent childhood obesity.
We believe in the power of nonprofits to transform our society. And we believe in the power of well-crafted communications to transform nonprofits. Effective communications can target the right messages to the right audiences at the right times.
A guide to navigating communications for the nonprofit world.
The data featured in Giving in Numbers is derived from the Corporate Giving Standard (CGS) benchmarking tool. This annual philanthropy survey collects data that populates a customizable online benchmarking database containing more than $100 billion in comparative data collected since 2001.
Two hundred and forty companies participated in the Corporate Giving Standard (CGS) Survey on 2012 contributions, including 60 of the largest 100 companies in the FORTUNE 500. The value of contributions across all respondents was more than $20.3 billion in total giving.
How corporate philanthropy and socially motivated employee engagement programs have emerged in the post-recession era.
A new report provides a framework for determining which promising practices will help you reach your goals.
The vision for this Field Guide came from the collective wisdom of a working group convened by the Council on Foundations in August 2012. Guided by the community foundation leadership of Kathy Merchant at The Greater Cincinnati Foundation and Stuart Comstock-Gay at The Vermont Community Foundation and managed by Laura Tomasko at the Council on Foundations, the working group met throughout the past year to strategize on how best to move the community foundation field forward in impact investing.
CDC Health Disparities and Inequalities Report — United States, 2013 is the second agency report examining some of the key factors that affect health and lead to health disparities in the United States. Four findings bring home the enormous personal tragedy of health disparities.