Fair and equitable compensation in the nonprofit sector is required if we are to retain and recruit the best talent to tackle social issues. The Chinese American Community Foundation’s survey on executive compensation in the U.S. paints a different story. What about the situation in Asia?
Impact & Evaluation
Impact measurement — everyone is talking about it these days, but few people get it right. How should we approach impact measurement when different stakeholders want different things? What’s still missing from the way we design impact measurement?
Donors want reporting and evaluation metrics, but they’re often not willing to fund costs related to gathering and analyzing data. What does that mean for nonprofits?
Here are five inferences about Asian philanthropists from the 2014 BNP Baripas Individual Philanthropy Index.
Everyone’s talking about collaboration, and no where is it more needed than in the nonprofit sector, where organizations are often stretched to their limits in personnel and funding. This collaboration tool may help solve that.
In the U.S., giving to international affaires organizations in 2013 was strong. In fact, international affaires organizations showed the most fundraising raising growth compared to organizations in other sectors. Did diaspora philanthropy have something to do with it?
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.
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.
New report finds that millennials are ready to take up the helm of philanthropy, but they need more opportunities to engage with nonprofits.
Leith Robotham explains how nonprofits can better reach donors by positioning themselves as “farmers” rather than “takers.”