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Fundraisers, Influencers Plan Summit To Move Giving Needle

Approximately two dozen fundraising and nonprofit influencers are slated to meet in Dallas on Feb. 7 in an attempt to come up with a plan for a national push to increase giving past the stagnant roughly… Read More

Pressure builds on big banks to boost giving after tax windfall

“It is going to have a detrimental effect on charitable giving overall,” said Aaron Dorfman, CEO of the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy. “Corporate giving may go up, but most of the giving is done by… Read More

Philanthropy Awards, 2017

Region With the Most New Action: The South National funders are finally paying more attention, new local funders are emerging, and longstanding grantmakers are stepping up their game. Catalysts include SECF, NCRP and Funders for LGBTQ Issues.  Read the entire article. Read More

Thoughts on ‘As the South Grows’

As someone who has shed plenty of blood and tears after almost twenty years living and breathing Southern philanthropy, I am thrilled with the deep and committed work of Grantmakers for Southern Progress and the National Committee for Responsive… Read More

After the Tax Overhaul: Grading our Sector

There were some on the funder side [e.g., NCRP and the Forum to mention only a couple of which I am aware] who spoke eloquently about the impact on people and not the impact on taxation… Read More

Weekend Link Roundup (December 16-17, 2017)

Democrat Doug Jones's victory over Republican Roy Moore in the special election to fill Attorney General Jeff Session's vacated seat in deep red Alabama was "a victory for the black women-led voter registration and mobilization movement...that… Read More


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