Guest author Antony Bugg-Levine reflects on findings from the Nonprofit Finance Fund 2013 State of the Sector Survey, discussing how foundations can help nonprofits adapt to do more with less.
Mark Russell expresses his excitment about the work philanthropy is undertaking in Detroit and explains the reasoning behind why it was chosen as CEP’s 2013 conference host city.
Grace Nicolette shares a data point about donor motivations relevant to the ongoing debate over the charitable tax deduction and the fiscal cliff.
The Risks Posed by a Sector’s Silence: Toward a Forceful and Positive Articulation of the Nonprofit Sector
Phil Buchanan finishes his six-part series by urging the nonprofit sector to more forcefully articulate its success and value.
In the penultimate installment of his six-part series, Phil Buchanan questions the assertion that business is more likely to solve societies greatest problems than the nonprofit sector.
Phil Buchanan continues his blog series with a third installment defending the nonprofit label and discussing why “nonprofitness” matters.
In the second of a six part blog series, Phil Buchanan argues against the blurring of boundaries between the business and nonprofit sectors.
Individual giving may be down in 2010, but people are giving in new ways and changing the charitable donation landscape. Crystal Hayling explores new giving technologies and questions how nonprofits and grantmakers should use and support them.
Ron Ragin explains the Hewlett Foundation’s philosophy on general operating support and shares examples of how it benefits nonprofit arts organizations.
CEP’s research shows that while many grantees have experienced poor communication and little help from their funders during the economic downturn, some funders did more than others. The Cleveland Foundation was one of them. In this interview, Senior Research Writer Judith Ross asked its leaders what they did.