Charitable Giving Seen As Subjective Decision Even In The Face Of Objective Information
If the goal is to further the effective-altruism movement and maximize welfare, providing more information may not be enough to change how people choose to spend their money on charities. The key may lie in altering how people think about charity altogether.
8.14.17 US Nonprofit News
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association presented more than $2.8 million dollars in donations at its annual Grants Banquet, Katherine Kinane and Kathleen Weinstein were named to the executive committee of the Women & Girls Fund of the Northwest Connecticut Community Foundation, Nominations are open for DMN's 40 Under 40 awards, and more.
Prospect research: The secret service
As competition for dollars increases, better understanding a potential contributor’s giving capacity and interests benefits both the nonprofit and the donor.
Donors dismiss ‘philanthropist’ label
Even some donors giving more than $1 million a year are reluctant to call themselves philanthropists, a new survey says.