Spread The Spirit Of Meaningful Giving This Holiday Season

Talk about giving with your family to instill philanthropic traditions. The holidays tend to ignite the spirit of giving in all of us. As your family gathers to celebrate, the dining room table is a great place to start the discussion of philanthropy. As you give thanks, give back. As you fill your bellies, think about how you can fill the bellies of those in need. This time of year, especially, families come together and volunteer for worthy causes, give to their favorite charities and visit charitable organizations. The holiday season reminds us of the importance to “spread cheer” and do good in the world. As the end of the year approaches, this is a great time to assess your … Continue reading Spread The Spirit Of Meaningful Giving This Holiday Season

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How To Make Your Funder Collaboration A Success

4 best practices for effectively partnering with other funders Philanthropists often expect nonprofits to collaborate, but they less frequently turn that expectation on themselves. Yet there is tremendous opportunity to exponentially expand the impact of your grantmaking through funder collaboration. Foundations and individual philanthropists can collaborate with all types of entities, including other local, state or national foundations; donor-advised funds; businesses; universities; other individuals; funder networks; government agencies; and nonprofits, to name just a few. No matter whom you choose to join in collaboration, there are four things you can do to ensure that collaboration will be a success. The four best practices for effectively partnering with other funders: Communicate early and often. Lack of communication can prevent your funding collaborative … Continue reading How To Make Your Funder Collaboration A Success

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