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NCRP Study Faults Foundations for Underfunding Social Justice Philanthropy

The National Center for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP) has released a 21-page report titled “Pennies for Progress: A Decade of Boom for Philanthropy, A Bust for Social Justice.” As the title states, NCRP believes that nonprofit foundations have shirked their responsibility to attend to the immediate needs of vulnerable populations.

Evaluating Impact: What works and what needs to change

Over the past decade, momentum has built to apply an evidence-based framework to grantmaking. While it goes without saying that funding what is proven to work makes sense, evidence can be elusive, and the price of gathering it can be unreasonably high for grantmakers and grantees. Stephen Pratt of Impact Catalysts interviewed over 30 grantmakers in 2016 to explore their approaches to measurement and evaluation, what's working, what's confusing, and what needs to change.


Advancing Strategy: How to lead change in corporate societal engagement

Have you faced challenges trying to implement your company’s CSR strategy? Are you equipped with effective practices and tools to lead a CSR strategy transformation process? What are the major portfolio improvement shifts you can catalyze? Join FSG Managing Director Greg Hills and Senior Consultant Elizabeth Hawkins in an interactive “learning lab” for a discussion of concepts included in their forthcoming CSR paper on leading multi-stage strategy processes. 


Here’s why Americans are giving more money than ever to charity

It’s shaping up to be a very happy holiday for many charities this year.
Giving has been on the rise in the U.S. over the past four years and is surging to new heights in the final months of 2016. Donations have increased 3.5% since 2015, according to financial company Blackbaud BLKB, +0.02% which analyzes more than $18 billion in annual charitable giving. 


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