U.S. Nonprofits’ Ineptitude at Online Fundraising Is Costing Them
New study finds that charities could improve fundraising by adopting best practices.
Americans Donated Record $417B in 2013
Giving was up 13% over 2012, the Atlas of Giving reported; Schwab Charitable and Fidelity Charitable both reported big increases in grants to nonprofits.
Current Congress Unlikely to Cap Charitable Deduction
But other tax benefits for nonprofits face an uncertain future, The Chronicle of Philanthropy reports.
Ins and Outs of Impact Investing: Madeira Global CEO Alfonso
CEO Christina Alfonso discusses Madeira's 4-step process for making impact investments.
15 Biggest Charitable Gifts of 2013
Fifteen Americans made gifts of $100 million or more—and one gave almost $1 billion to one lucky recipient, Chronicle of Philanthropy reported.
Charity Donations Climbed in 2013: Report
Contributions were up 12.4% versus 2012 as of November, Atlas of Giving reported recently.
Giving Pledge Draws ‘Paltry’ Interest Among Billionaires
Wealth-X investigates why only 5% of the world's billionaires have signed the Buffett-Gates pledge to leave half their wealth to charity.
America’s Cup and What Larry Ellison Can Learn (Next Time)
As San Francisco gears up to host another sailing contest, there's a chance to put philanthropy (and sportsmanship) ahead of other priorities.
3 Charity Strategies to Cope With Rising Taxes
Clients are showing particular interest in these three tax planning techniques, says Carol Kroch of Wilmington Trust.
Advisors, Execs Give Back During the Holidays
Teams of advisors are supporing the arts, James Hamilton of Raymand James says, while LPL’s CEO is growing a beard for an animal charity.