Despite our good intentions, annual gifts to charity often wait until the very last minute (as defined by the IRS for this year’s tax deduction): December 31. Thanks to online giving, this isn’t a problem—and our list of highly recommended nonprofit organizations that we’ve culled from the experts should make the job easier when you’re feeling pressed for time.
Philanthropy has blazed the trail in investing with a gender lens—to focus resources on improving the economic well-being of women and girls (which has been proven to help lift communities out of poverty). With Giving Tuesday around the corner, I thought it might be fun to share what we’ve learned about all kinds of giving […]
Millenials and women might want to buy everything differently, as more care about what’s inside the product or behind it. With women’s economic power so palpable, we’re seeing an exploding movement of ethical consumers.
I’m thinking a lot about campaigns. Not the kind for next month’s election but, rather, the kind with a personal call to action. Last month, two prominent women launched campaigns to raise awareness for funding issues related to women and girls: #AllinforHer and #HeforShe.
I have mixed feelings about the word “philanthropist.” For me, the word brings up images of men in tuxedos and women in gowns and pearls walking down grand staircases.