Practical Tips for Philanthropists
A Year of Crisis Forced Foundations to Change Bad Practices. They Should Never Revert to the Old Ways.
Long before the pandemic hit, it was clear philanthropy needed an overhaul. But the health and economic crisis, combined with a national racial reckoning, forced
Just about every aspiring mom (and dad) has big plans and preconceived ideas about what pregnancy and parenthood will be like. You picture the way
Take this short quiz to find out. It’s philanthropy’s Achilles heel. Foundation leaders, donors, professional athletes, corporate executives—-all philanthropists—-want to be good caretakers of their
Build trusting relationships before times get tough. Regardless of who you’re trying to help or who your potential collaborators are, we’re all human and we
How To Find The Reset Button A serious, but largely overlooked, problem in philanthropy is feeling overwhelmed. What is overwhelm? According to wellness writer Michelle
Putnam Consulting Group Named 2020 Philanthropy Advisor of the Year BURTON-ON-TRENT, United Kingdom and CLEVELAND, March 24, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Putnam Consulting Group, a global consultancy led by philanthropy expert Kris