In a great info-graphic from Laphamsquarterly, they highlight the allocation of donation funds as it pertains to Fundraising and Administration costs, and the actual programs and service they benefit. Some of these firms show allocation that may surprise you.
The Giving Pledge is self described as “an effort to help address society’s most pressing problems by inviting the world’s wealthiest individuals and families to commit to giving more than half of their wealth to philanthropy or charitable causes either during their lifetime or in their will.” It was made public in 2010 by Bill […]
Charitable donations, philanthropic trends and organizations, these are terms usually associated with adult age groups. What is the most impressive part of the latest shift in cultural thinking, is how children are choosing to help others all by themselves, without guidance from an adult figurehead. Philanthropy the word has greek roots which means “for the […]
After a Kennesaw State University and EY statistical study, some surprises realities have surfaced regarding a vast majority of family businesses. 81% of the largest family business in the world practice philanthropy regularly. The makeup of philanthropic focuses are almost divided 50/50 between charity giving and community service. Almost half of which have their own […]
The millennial generation cover the current people who range in age from 35-15. This select bracket of citizens, and consumers are set to spend around $200 billion per year starting in 2017. What makes this generation and their buying habits so interesting is their dedication to philanthropic trends. Millennials are strong believers that businesses have […]