Can Philanthropy be Taught?
Giving away money - particularly when it's not yours - can be fun. But does it actually teach students anything about philanthropy or how to be a philanthropist?
7.5.16 US Nonprofit News
AmeriCares is sending medicine, first aid supplies and safe drinking water for families affected by the flooding in West Virginia, JPMorgan Chase & Co. donated $175,000 to support Baltimore' YouthWorks summer youth employment, National Park Foundation works to raise $2 million needed to launch the Stonewall National Monument, and more
Care needed in hiring consultants
To avoid wasted opportunities and squandered resources, nonprofit managers should exercise care and due diligence in hiring consultants.
Smart use of consultants takes planning
Deciding whether to hire a consultant, finding the right one and ensuring a productive outcome require that nonprofits be clear about what they want and be ready for change.
New journal to share what works, what doesn’t
With a grant from the Kellogg Foundation, Grand Valley State University is developing what is believed to be the first peer-reviewed journal devoted to philanthropy.