Smaller U.S. Private Foundations Thrived in 2013
Private foundations with less than $50 million in assets saw their endowments grow in 2013 for the second consecutive year, Foundation Source reported.
10 Myths About Momentum Investing: AQR Capital
A new paper by AQR Capital Management seeks to lend intellectual respectability to oft-derided momentum investing.
Top 10 Best-Paid Fundraisers at Nonprofit Organizations
Upward of two dozen fundraisers at nonprofits earned more than $500,000, and two earned more than $1 million in 2011, The Chronicle of Philanthropy found.
Endowments and Foundations Confident About Economy, Markets
More than half of respondents to an NEPC survey expect markets to show high single-digit returns this year.
Nonprofits’ Glass Ceiling Has Very Real Cost: Poll
Nonprofits with few women on the board miss out on donations from affluent women, a poll by The Chronicle of Philanthropy and NYU researchers found.
Why a Client’s Job and Location Are Critical to Portfolio Building
For optimal asset allocation, it's crucial to consider factors like what industry investors work in and where they live, a Morningstar report says.
Top 10 Big Trends Among the Ultra-HNW
Knight Frank sees tremendous growth in the ultra-high-net-worth population, among other predictions for the next decade.
10 Richest Foundations Are Still Recovering From Recession
The 10 wealthiest U.S. foundations are now worth $110 billion, but are still $20 billion below their value in 2007. Only one increased its giving.
American Volunteerism Hit Bottom in 2013
The number of Americans volunteering for nonprofits hit a new low in 2013, according to an analysis of federal statistics by The Chronicle of Philanthropy.
Nonprofits Ask: What Economic Recovery?
Many charities are facing daunting financial situations and are looking at new ways to secure their future, the Nonprofit Finance Fund says.