Slide in fundraising slows
Compared to last year, the decline in fundraising revenue spurred by the recession is slowing but still has not rebounded to pre-recession levels, a new study says.
Indiana launching undergrad philanthropy degree
The new program will be designed to give students the know-how and hands-on experience needed to succeed in entry-level jobs in philanthropy and the nonprofit sector.
Gender not seen as key in bequests
Despite conventional wisdom, the typical bequest donor is not a single woman, a new study says.
Income seen driving donor motivation
Income and education affect giving motivations more differences in region-specific values, a new study says.
Indiana sees drop in charitable giving
While the number of charitable givers in Indiana, and the total given, dipped slightly between 2003 and 2006, the state’s donors still give more than the national average, a new study says.
Hoosier funders invest in education
Foundations in Indiana devoted 47 percent of their grants, more than twice the national average, to improving education.
Uncertain economy casts shadow on fundraising
Nonprofit fundraisers say the economy is hurting charitable giving, with just over 15 percent of those surveyed expecting a turnaround within six months.