Trump’s Campaign Pledges Would Slash Some Nonprofits: Philanthropy Report
Caps on deductions and slashed spending would cut many charities to the bone, according to The Chronicle of Philanthropy.
Top 15 Charities for 2015 Fundraising
Private support for Philanthropy 400 organizations increased by 7% over 2014.
Harvard Raises Record $1.2B, but Slow Returns Crimp Budget
Fundraising total is second-largest ever in higher education; “more restraint on spending will be called for,” school says.
Where Wealthy Donors Give and What They Expect: U.S. Trust Survey
The wealthy contributed to eight different nonprofit organizations on average, with most giving to basic needs groups.
Schwab’s Bernie Clark Urges Advisors to Evolve; Unveils Robo-Advisor Upgrades
Since wirehouses “want to look like you,” head of Schwab custody unit urges advisors to evolve to meet client needs.
Schwab, Fidelity Having Banner Year for Charitable Giving
The donor-advised funds of Schwab and Fidelity report big increases in deployments through the third quarter.
Charitable Giving Patterns Often Lessen Positive Effects: Poll
Americans are generous, but not always in the most advantageous way, a new study finds.
The Rich Are Also Different From One Another
For one thing, they’re much less likely to have inherited their wealth than their counterparts in many supposedly more egalitarian countries.
Millennials Lead Shift in How Donors Think About Giving
American donors are changing their approach to charitable giving and their views on how to solve a wide range of global challenges.
Cornell Endowment Posts 3.3% Loss, Worst Among Ivies So Far
Harvard, Dartmouth and Penn also posted losses for the latest fiscal year but they were 2% or less. Yale’s endowment gained 3.4%.