Focus on Philanthropy
A blog by the staff of The Curtis Group
Making the Most of Changes in Corporate Giving
Posted August 31, 2010 by Keith Curtis.
This past Saturday I was interviewed on a Maryland radio station about the state of corporate philanthropy. In reviewing the latest data beforehand, I came across two blog-worthy points.
Four Nonprofits Take Flight
Posted August 26, 2010 by Wendy McGrady.
Last week, Keith and I sat in on presentations made to the Hampton Roads Community Foundation by the four Building Excellence grantees from 2009. We couldn’t be more proud.
Economic Climate Calls for Best Practices
Posted August 19, 2010 by Keith Curtis.
A few days ago, The Chronicle of Philanthropy published its fundraising index for the second quarter of 2010. The index says fundraising improved slightly over the first quarter.
Giving Across Generations
Posted August 17, 2010 by Wesley Stanley.
A Baby Boomer, Gen-Xer, and Millennial each describe what’s important to her about working with nonprofits at this stage of her life.
“Anonymous” May Not Be the Same for Everyone
Posted August 13, 2010 by Wesley Stanley.
A story we heard at the AFP North Carolina Philanthropy Conference shows why it’s critical to find out what donors want.
Diversify Funding to Survive State Shortfalls
Posted August 11, 2010 by Keith Curtis.
“Charities Expect Money Worries into 2013 Due to States’ Shortfalls.” Maybe you saw that headline in the Aug. 12 edition of The Chronicle of Philanthropy.
The Common Courtesy of Stewardship
Posted August 05, 2010 by Wendy McGrady.
At the Giving Institute Summer Symposium last month, a representative of a major national corporation who sat on a panel of philanthropists offered good advice to nonprofits about giving and stewardship.