The Women’s Philanthropy Institute is offering a stipend of $5,000 to scholars researching women’s philanthropy.
Two new studies provide details into how Chinese Americans give and how to better engage Chinese American philanthropists.
So easy it behooves you to do it: tweet/instagram #caseforgirls and WesternUnion.com will donate $10 to scholarship funds for girls in Vietnam.
India’s new CSR law is stirring quite the debate over effective use of corporate philanthropy. But let’s try to think of it this way: the new CSR law is actually an exercise in corporate empowerment, a way of decentralizing tax distribution.
There’s a lot of wealth in Silicon Valley–and a lot of will to do good. Asian American philanthropic leaders in Silicon Valley will speak about community-based and globally-focused impact investing at the Committee of 100’s Speakers Forum. APF’s own Dien Yuen will moderate.
Instead of putting your corporate contributions to nonprofits on autopilot, maybe it’s time to rethink what you’re trying to do and why. Here are 5 questions you should consider asking at your next budget planning meeting.
Companies may want to do good, but it’s just not possible for them to fill the thousands of grants requests they receive each year. Leith Robotham discusses how companies can donate without giving money.
Kordant Philanthropy Advisors published a new guide that lays out some of the issues faced by donors in making grants to organizations in China and how they can be addressed.
The LIN Center for Community Development gathered 16 philanthropists in Ho Chi Minh City for a roundtable discussion on Emerging Trends in Philanthropy in Asia.
Kordant Philanthropy Advisors released a new report on the issues facing India’s education system, surveying primary schooling through higher education and vocational training. Where can donors play a role?