Category Archives: Organizations

A Look at the Recent Increase in Donations to Journalism Nonprofits

A Look at the Recent Increase in Donations to Journalism Nonprofits

One of the biggest trends in philanthropy this year is an influx of funding for nonprofit journalism groups. Shortly after election night in November, the number of donations to these organizations began to skyrocket, and small donations from people across the country have continued. By the beginning of 2016, individual donations to nonprofit journalism organizations… Continue Reading

3 Steps for Choosing the Right Charity to Support

3 Steps for Choosing the Right Charity to Support

Supporting charities has become easier than ever with more than a dozen ways to make donations directly from your smartphone. Unfortunately, the question of which charity is worthiest of your money has not become any easier. Today, we are seemingly constantly being asked for money from various organizations through advertisements, emails, phone calls, and more.… Continue Reading

This Is How the Wounded Warrior Project Supports Veteran Reintegration

This Is How the Wounded Warrior Project Supports Veteran Reintegration

Wounded Warrior Project is one of the highest-rated organizations on Charity Navigator in terms of accountability and transparency. The organization offers a wide range of services for veterans and their families, including assistance with the transition from military to civilian life. While serving, many people are put under an enormous amount of pressure. They can… Continue Reading

Announcing 7 Trends in the Philanthropy Industry in 2017

Announcing 7 Trends in the Philanthropy Industry in 2017

In recent years, philanthropic giving has grown in impressive and promising ways. More young people who are becoming established in their careers are getting involved with philanthropy. These individuals have a clear idea of what they want to accomplish. They are making collaborative efforts to effect more change than ever before. As government curbs its… Continue Reading

World Vision Aims to End HIV Among Adolescent Girls by 2030

World Vision Aims to End HIV Among Adolescent Girls by 2030

Dedicated to giving back to the community, Eugene Chrinian provides support to a number of charitable and nonprofit organizations working at home and abroad. One of the organizations that he supports is World Vision, a nonprofit that aims to protect and improve the lives of children around the world. One of the major goals of… Continue Reading

Improving Succession Plans in the Nonprofit Sector

Improving Succession Plans in the Nonprofit Sector

Succession planning is an integral strategy for organizations of any type, but for the charity sector its importance has grown tremendously in recent years. Expansion of existing nonprofits and the introduction of many others have presented a need for addressing the issue of when and how to pass on the leadership torch. A well-executed succession… Continue Reading

7 Big Charter School Achievements Backed by Philanthropy

7 Big Charter School Achievements Backed by Philanthropy

The link between philanthropy and charter schools extends back to the advent of the latter, in 1991. During the last 25 years, the charter school system has grown from its roots in Minnesota to include the District of Columbia and 43 states. Largely supported by foundations and other philanthropic sources, charters outpace all other educational… Continue Reading

6 of the Top Institutions for Philanthropy Research

6 of the Top Institutions for Philanthropy Research

Though Andrew Carnegie and John D. Rockefeller stood out as among the most generous philanthropists of their day, today they would be just two of the hundreds of active donors giving at their level. This trend has driven universities to begin establishing programs for the study of philanthropy, a social and economic phenomenon of multiple… Continue Reading

12 of the Most Recent Nobel Peace Prize Winners

12 of the Most Recent Nobel Peace Prize Winners

What do Martin Luther King Jr., Mother Teresa, and Nelson Mandela have in common? They are all Nobel Peace Prize laureates. These three luminaries are among the 130 recipients of the prize since its institution in 1901. Most recently, the Norwegian Nobel Committee (NNC) presented the award to Juan Manuel Santos, the president of Colombia.… Continue Reading

Philanthropy: On the Road to a Place in Academia

Philanthropy: On the Road to a Place in Academia

Philanthropy plays a central role in higher education systems in the United States. Harvard University, the oldest institution of its kind in the nation, is named after John Harvard, a minister who donated half of his estate and his entire library to the school. Today, Harvard holds an inestimable global reputation. Brown, Yale, and numerous… Continue Reading