CAF America's President & CEO, Ted Hart, hosts a web-based, 30 minutes long podcast designed to help our peers and colleagues understand the emerging trends, best practices, and issues in the field of international philanthropy. Each episode features a Q&A style conversation with a philanthropy professional who brings specialized expertise and insight on topics related to global grantmaking and cross-border giving.
The shows are available to stream as a podcast immediately after they conclude. All of the podcasts are available in the links below and can also be found on the show's page.
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Aired on October 5, 2020 12:30 pm ET | India’s Amended Foreign Contribution Regulations: What You Need to Know | Transcript available
|More From the Front Lines of Philanthropy: Questions You Have, Answers You Need||Jessie Krafft - CAF America
Loren Previti - CAF America
|From the Front Lines of Philanthropy: Questions You Have, Answers You Need||Jessie Krafft - CAF America
Loren Previti - CAF America
Iliana Lang - CAF America
|The Law and Employee Emergency and Hardship Relief Funds||Holly Welch Stubbing - E4E Relief
David Shevlin - Simpson Thacher
|Coronavirus Relief (CARES) Act and the New Charitable Giving Rules||David Shevlin - Simpson Thacher|
India’s Amended Foreign Contribution Regulations: What You Need to Know
Jessie Krafft |CAF America
This podcast reviews the 5 important changes that have been made to India's FCRA law as a result of the September 28, 2020 Amendment.
Join Ted Hart, CEO of CAF America and Jessie Krafft, Senior VP of External Affairs to learn how the new requirements and restrictions affect US donors interested in supporting the work of nonprofits in India.
|ED & ER|
|Best Practices: Equivalency Determination||Jessie Krafft - CAF America|
|Best Practices: Expenditure Responsibility||Michael Durham - Caplin & Drysdale|
|ED & ER: In Focus||David Shevlin - Simpson, Thacher, & Bartlett LLP|
|Latest from the IRS: Is the Landscape of International Philanthropy Changing?||Elizabeth Kingsley - Harmon Curran Spielberg & Eisenberg LLP|
|Rules & Regulations|
|Best Practices: Grantee Reporting||John Bennett - Simpson Thacher & Bartlett
David Shevlin - Simpson Thacher & Bartlett
|Crowdfunding: Is Your Campaign Charitable?||Jessie Krafft - CAF America|
|Do Tax Incentives Work? A Global View of Tax Incentives and Charitable Giving||Adam Pickering - CAF|
|Inaugural Show: Launch of NGO America||Hal German - CNN
Marty Martin, JD MPA - Martin Law Firm
|Author Spotlight: Kay Guinane on US Financial Transaction Laws||Kay Guinane - Charity and Security Network|
|Author Spotlight: Victoria Bjorklund on Preparing for an Audit||Victoria Bjorklund - Retired Parnter, Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP|
|Author Spotlight: Jane Peebles on IRS Regulations and Treasury Guidelines for International Giving||Jane Peebles - Karlin & Peebles|
Turning Knowledge into Action: Revisiting the IGS
Anuar Juraidini | Citi Foundation
Ulrika Friesen | Analyst at Cisco
CAF America’s annual executive symposium on the ins and outs of international grantmaking was presented this year in partnership with the UNDP, taking place just a few weeks ago at the UN Headquarters in New York City.
In this edition, Ted Hart, CEO of CAF America, will be speaking with two of our delegates: Anuar Juraidini, Grants Manager at Citi Foundation, and Ulrika Friesen, Analyst at Cisco about their experience at the 2016 International Grantmaking Symposium.
Ranging from exploring the role of philanthropy in accomplishing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to how to abide by anti-money laundering regulations, the conversations -- involving delegates and speakers representing five countries and both the corporate and philanthropic sectors -- addressed many of the challenges and opportunities of international philanthropy.
|Post 2015 SDGs and International Diaspora Giving||Heather Grady - Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors
Alexander Dixon - The Diaspora Investment Alliance
|Mind the Gaps: Unifying Philanthropy to Achieve Sustainable Development||Karolina Mzyk Callias - UNDP Istanbul Center for Private Sector Development|
|A Winning Transatlantic Proposition: The CAF American Donor Fund||Mark Greer - CAF American Donor Fund|
|Live from PEAK Grantmaking 2017!||Christopher Percopo - Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust
Nancy Herzog - National Endowment for Democracy Satonya C Fair - Annie E. Casey Foundation
|LIVE! From the 2015 Grant Managers Network Conference||Andy Goodman - Author
Jessica Bearman - Author
|LIVE! From the Grant Managers Network Conference||Delores Estrada - The California Endowment
Myriam Fizazi-Hawkins - National Endowment for Democracy
Iris Garcia - Global Fund for Women
Jen Bokoff - The Foundation Center
|Blurring the Borders with Giving: The Impact of HNWI on Diaspora Giving||Alex Dixon - The Aspen Institute|
|Wealth Advisors and Their Role in HNWI Giving||Eileen Wilhelm - CAF America
David Ratcliff -US Trust
|A Family Affair: Philanthropy and International Giving||Lisa Parker - Lawrence Welk Family Foundation|
|Best Practices: Creating Shared Value||John Holm - CAF America
Sandra Miniutti - Charity Navigator
|Best Practices: Global Philanthropy - Creating Success||John Holm - CAF America
Jane Arnott - Charities Aid Foundation
Chief Executives for Corporate Purpose: Corporate Giving in Numbers
André Solórzano | CECP (Chief Executives for Corporate Purpose)
Ted Hart, President & CEO of CAF America, is joined by special guest André Solórzano, Senior Manager of Data Insights and Giving Numbers at CECP (Chief Executives for Corporate Purpose), to discuss the findings of the Giving in Numbers: 2018 Edition report, as well as a sneak peek at the 2019 edition!
With corporations playing a growing role in cross-border philanthropy, make sure you don't miss out on this show presenting the latest insights and trends in corporate giving.
|CAF America Partners with E4E Relief to Provide Cross-Border Employee Assistance||Holly Welch Stubbing - E4E Relief|
|CECP and CAF America: Corporate Giving||Margaret Coady - Committee for Encourging Corporate Philanthropy (CECP)|
|Giving Around the Globe: A New Report from CECP||Carmen Perez - CECP|
|What the Heart Wants: Combating Heart Disease Worldwide||Amanda Fowler - Edwards Lifesciences|
|Cargill and Fighting Rural Poverty in Mexico||Stacey Smida - Cargill
Valeria Olson - Cargill
|Day of International Charity - Cargill||John Holm - CAF America
Brigitte Burgoyne - Cargill
Stacey Smida - Cargill
|#Giving Tuesday | On the Front Lines of Global Healthcare: Medtronic Philanthropy||Dr. Jacob Gayle - Medtronic Philanthropy|
|Global Online Employee Giving Solution||Nina Vellayan - FrontStream Payments|
Granting to China Made "Easy?"
Jessie Krafft | CAF America
On January 1, 2017, the “Law of the People’s Republic of China on Administration of Activities of Overseas Nongovernmental Organizations in the Mainland of China” (colloquially known as “China’s Overseas NGO Management Law”) went into effect. The law requires that foreign NGOs coordinate their efforts with the Ministry of Public Security (MPS) and provides the framework within which they can continue their activities in the country: (1) opening an office in China, or (2) applying for a temporary activity license.
|Philanthropy in the Philippines: A Local Perspective||Victoria Garchitorena - Ayala Corp.|
|Sustainable Finance & Philanthropy: Addressing the World’s Most Urgent Problems||Erika Karp - Cornerstone Capital Inc.|
|To Lead or to Follow: Navigating the Global Goals||Amanda MacArthur - PYXERA Global|
|Philanthropy in Russia: A Local Perspective||Maria Chertok - CAF Russia|
|2012 World Giving Index||Richard Harrison - Charities Aid Foundation|
|2013 World Giving Index||Adam Pickering - Charities Aid Foundation|
|Grantmaking and Philanthropy in Africa||Carol Tappenden - CAF America|
|Grantmaking and Philanthropy in China||Elizabeth Sobhani - CAF America|
|Turning Over a New Leaf: The Changing Colors of Canadian Philanthropy||Jo-Anne Ryan - Private Giving Foundation|
|Celebrating Nelson Mandela Day||Karolina Mzyk Callias - UNDP Istanbul Center for Private Sector Development|
|Best Practices: CAF America Asia Pacific Advisory Service||Terrence Chee - Charities Aid Foundation|
|The 2014 Global Infrastructure for Giving Report||Andrew Watt - Association of Fundraising Professionals|