Mother Theresa said it: If you give away what you do not need, it is not giving. Each year, groups like the Salvation Army receive approximately $5.1 billion dollars worth of donated articles, mostly clothing. A sad fact about this giving is that much of it may well end up at the landfill. Why?
5 Signs of the Giving World: Zuckerburg, Impact Investing, Fidelity, Generational Differences and Charitable Policy.
The January 2016 edition of the Chronicle of Philanthropy highlights many stories. But it’s what behind some of the stories that should prompt some further discussion and insight. Zuckerburg still in the news. The ChanZuckerberg Initiative is taking shape. Zuckerberg is beginning to lay out » Read More
The Generosity Movement is real, and it’s changing. Over the past 20 years, we’ve seen an incredible rise in the stock market. But we’ve also seen wealth transfer occur from War Generations to the Boomers. Additionally, we’ve also seen family owned businesses mature and sell as people as » Read More