Donor-Advised Fund Juggernaut Continues to Dominate Charitable Giving
However you measure their growth, donor-advised funds as charitable giving vehicles are on a roll.
Why We’re in a Bull Market for Donor-Advised Funds
The benefits to many clients are clear — in fact, there are at least 12 — and the timing is right.
Giving Back Has Made This 41-Year-Old Billionaire Less Popular
After making $4 billion, ex-Centaurus Advisors manager John Arnold closed his fund, grew a beard and started a foundation. So why do people dislike him?
Retirees Find Much to Like in Social Impact Investing
Boomers say they are more strategic than their parents, more hands-on and more demanding about how their financial contributions and volunteer time are used.
Donors Not Looking to Advisors for Philanthropy Help
High-net-worth private foundation donors don’t necessarily think of their financial advisor as a philanthropic source, reports Foundation Source.
Top 15 Charities for 2014 Fundraising
Donor-advised sponsors have elbowed their way into the top ranks of U.S.-based charities, according to The Chronicle of Philanthropy’s list of the 400 top nonprofits.
About Half of Foundations Pay Board Members and Allow Unlimited Terms
A recent study by the Center for Effective Philanthropy examined private foundation governance.
Retirees to Add $8 Trillion to Economy Through Charity: Report
Advisors who want to serve all of a client’s needs, particularly in retirement, should make sure they are well-versed in philanthropic planning.
Charity Donors Demand Low Overhead Spending
A new poll commissioned by The Chronicle of Philanthropy found significant concerns about nonprofits’ spending.
U.S. Nonprofits Lost 3% of Donors in 2014
While overall donations increased, charities lost more donors than they recruited, the Fundraising Effectiveness Project found.