The History of Global Charitable Giving: Why We Need to Remember
The National Philanthropic Trust reveals the history of philanthropy and how it is more global, more broadly defined, and has more impact than we can imagine.
Recovery seen for donor-advised funds
After sustaining big hits in the wake of the recession, donor-advised funds in the U.S. saw a rebound in 2010, but have yet to regain their peak asset and contribution levels, a new report says.
Planned giving: Keep it simple, make it human
The inner-workings of planned gifts can be technical and complex, but with these seven tips, marketing complicated giving vehicles can be done effectively.
Bequests best in down economy
For fundraisers trying to promote planned giving in a down economy, the tried-and-true bequest is the best option, says Eileen Heisman, CEO of the National Philanthropic Trust.