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This report offers a behind the scenes look into the design, build, and test phases of The Mesa and discusses the ways in which the social impact space - especially at the major gift level - can use technology to better collaborate and connect for good. It features interviews with their pilot partners, who provide first-hand accounts on what it takes to run a growing impact-focused community. They dive into how to create effective, meaningful online communities that prompt greater giving from wealth holders. If you're serving clients, members, or donors, this publication can collaborate on discussing what role you can play in revolutionizing philanthropy through technology and community.
11 Trends in Philanthropy for 2021 is the fifth edition of this annual report. You'll find among these essays that the critical questions we face in the aftermath of the chaos and trauma of 2020 are ones the sector has been wrestling with for years, but must now address more forcefully, including:the sprawling impacts of wealth inequality;significant declines in public trust in institutions and in each other;the bright and dark sides of technological proliferation; andthe systemic racism permeating so many aspects of our society and democracy.Each of these trends has real implications for our day-to-day work, how we carry out our missions, and how we broaden our frame on public good. Many of our colleagues and communities have been hard at work on these issues for years, even generations. Others have embraced shifts in focus and practice in response to a remarkable year. This work gives us hope, and we'll be keeping an eye out to see whether these shifts prove permanent or more temporary.
This is a very relevant study which highlights how this new, more democratic, and local form of giving is spreading. There are 426 giving circles (GC) outside the US and estimate that in 2018 they gave away a combined $45.74 million in grants and involved 42,200 members. Among many of the specific findings, we found global GCs to be more frequently connected to a GC network and more often to be independently run (vs hosted) than their US counterparts, to be overwhelmingly local in their focus, and overall much younger than their US counterparts with 92% founded in the last decade.
The rapid spread of COVID-19 has created a global health and economic crisis that is testing regions around the world. In response, foundations, corporations, and individuals have been disbursing funds to nonprofits to help communities cope with these unprecedented challenges. Candid has been closely tracking the global private philanthropic response to COVID-19 through news stories and other publicly available resources as well as from funders who have reported disbursements directly to Candid. In this report, the Center for Disaster Philanthropy and Candid look at the philanthropic dollars that were distributed for COVID-19 in the first half of 2020.
This working paper has been prepared at the request of the Center for Philanthropy Development of the Vladimir Potanin Foundation and offers a review of the key trends in global philanthropy development. It features and analyzes opinions of leading international experts and organizations of the philanthropic sector about factors, contexts and principles influencing philanthropy of the future, as well as cause-and-effect links between them. Better understanding of sector-wide and worldwide transformation processes would enable philanthropic organizations to use more informed approach to strategic target setting. The suggested vision of key development vectors in the sector may serve as a basis for further researches and professional discussions.
This paper sets out WINGS' strategic priorities for 2018-2022. These priorities stem in large part from an analysis by WINGS of trends both in the world generally and in philanthropy in particular. At the same time WINGS remains fully committed to the ongoing activities that are part of its core mission, as detailed below.
APC has compiled the narratives of 25 such impactful philanthropists from across the region to form ASEAN Impact 25: a catalogue that outlines the overall impact of their efforts, the motivations that drive their philanthropic work and the milestones they have set for their philanthropy in the coming years. Our hope is that these stories will encourage fellow philanthropists to introspect on their own journey, take risks, create unique opportunities to make a difference and redefine traditional philanthropy.
The intention of this report is to consolidate expert views from nine workshops in seven countries aroundthe future of philanthropy and how it will develop. This understanding will make it easier to shape a strategy that will address upcoming challenges and opportunities. We offer a summary of the key trends and drivers that will be influential and identify areas of potential change. As such the report provides insight about the leading edge of philanthropy today as well as where it might go in the future. This report is written for anyone with an interest in philanthropy and how to make it more effective with higher impact in the future. We hope it will be useful to individuals, charities and other NGO's, businesses and governments as well as advisors to each of these audiences.
The CAF World Giving Index looks at how and why people around the world give to charity. In this eighth edition of the CAF World Giving Index, data have been collected in 139 countries, which represents 95% of the world's population. The report includes questions about three different types of giving behaviour, with each country ranked according to their answers to: -Helping a stranger-Donating money-Volunteering timeKey findings:-Every Western country in the top 20 has a decreased score this year.-For the second year running, Africa sees an increase in all three giving behaviours, compared to its five year average.
The Ariadne Forecast is a community created resource that draws on Ariadne's network of more than 600 funders in 24 countries. It aims to help European philanthropy to see the big trends in the Region, better plan its work and perhaps find some collaborators along the way.
The third report in our Future of Philanthropy series explores how individual donors and charitable organisations are facing the challenge of innovating to find different and better solutions to complex social challenges.
In an effort to promote a culture of greater giving, this report shines light on the experience and impact of having wealth and what can be done to support and inspire this next-generation of philanthropic leaders. Given the unique nature of the generation and their experiences, this paper proposes that, instead of focusing on the technicalities of philanthropy, focusing on the relationships and emotional development behind philanthropy is the most effective and beneficial approach to not only to promote generosity, but also the well-being of all involved. Using modern research and relevant perspectives, this report provides an overview of 1) what we know about this next-generation of wealth holders, 2) what we know about the nature of giving, and 3) what we can do to further support this population and cultivate a new wave of philanthropy where all will thrive.
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