Blog: Donor Perspectives

Five Predictions for the Future of Philanthropy

This op-ed by CAF America’s CEO, Ted Hart, was originally posted at npENGAGE and can be found here. When asked about what I think the future of fundraising looks like, my best advice? STOP FUNDRAISING!  In the ever-evolving world of philanthropy, your success is not in the tools you use to fundraise, but in your… CONTINUE READING >>


A New Canadian Stereotype Worth Having: L’esprit de Générosité

O, Canada. There are many things that come to mind when people hear your name. A list of common stereotypes about Canadians could follow this sentence, but instead of rehashing tired generalizations, how about adding a new one? After all, not all stereotypes are negative. With the release of the 2015 World Giving Index (WGI),… CONTINUE READING >>


Generation G: The Millennials and How They Are Changing the Art of Giving

 A great deal has been written about how Millennials fit in (or don’t) with their  Generation X and Baby Boomer co-workers. We’ve heard how they are often  pegged as being entitled and distracted, and the lengths employers go to in order  to keep them engaged. We have also seen, however, that Millennials – using the… CONTINUE READING >>


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Exemplary Education for the Underprivileged in India

Today, 33% of people in India live in urban areas compared to only 17% of people in 1960. Rapid urbanization in India results in increasing urban poverty and creates unique challenges across all of society. This is often most felt in terms of providing quality education, and UNESCO estimates a youth illiteracy rate of 14%… CONTINUE READING >>

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