CAF America Radio

radio-widgetCAF America’s CEO, Ted Hart, hosts a web-based, half-hour radio show designed to help our peers and colleagues understand the emerging trends, best practices, and issues in the field of international philanthropy.

Each show 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.

Library of Topics

The “How to?” of International Grantmaking
> ED & ER
> Employee Giving
> Rules and Regulations
Philanthropic Solutions
Corporate Engagement
World Stage
Statistics and Trends in Philanthropy



The “How to?” of International Grantmaking

Best Practices: Equivalency Determination
Expenditure Responsibility
Latest from the IRS: Is the Landscape of International Philanthropy Changing?
ED & ER: In Focus

Employee Giving
Global Online Employee Giving Solution
#GivingTuesday | On the Front Lines of Global Healthcare: Medtronic Philanthropy

Rules and Regulations
Best Practices: Grantee Reporting




Philanthropic Solutions

Blurring the Borders with Giving: The Impact of HNWI on Diaspora Giving
Wealth Advisors & Their Role in HNWI Philanthropic Giving
Post 2015 SDGs and International Diaspora Giving
Best Practices: Asia-Pacific Advisory Services
Charity Navigator: Shared Value Initiative
Best Practices in Grantmaking: Live from GMN, San Diego
Best Practices in Grantmaking: Live from GMN Conference, Washington D.C.
Turning Knowledge into Action: Revisiting the IGS

A Winning Transatlantic Proposition: The CAF American Donor Fund



Corporate Engagement

Cargill and fighting rural poverty in Mexico
Day of International Giving & Corporate Social Responsibility
Corporate Giving
What the Heart Wants: Combating Heart Disease Worldwide




World Stage

Best Practices: Creating Success in Global Philanthropy
Giving around the Globe
The Changing Philanthropic Landscape in China
Grantmaking & Philanthropy in Africa
Post-2015 Platform for Philanthropy & Celebrating Nelson Mandela Day
Turning Over a New Leaf? The Changing Colors of Canadian Philanthropy
#GivingTuesday | On the Front Lines of Global Healthcare: Medtronic Philanthropy
To Lead or to Follow: Navigating the Global Goals
Philanthropy in Russia: A Local Perspective

Fostering the Spirit of Ubuntu : Basketball as a Vehicle for Change
Philanthropy in the Philippines: A Local Perspective
Sustainable Finance & Philanthropy: Addressing the World’s Most Urgent Problems
Diaspora Giving – Originally aired on Sirius XM Channel 111, Business Radio Powered by The Wharton School
Granting to China made “easy?”



Statistics and Trends in Philanthropy

World Giving Index
World Giving Index 2012
World Giving Index 2013

Upcoming Radio Shows

November 8, 2017 2:00 p.m. (EST)

Giving to China Made "Easy?"

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.

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