Philanthropy in a Recession
VOLUME 17, ISSUE 3 | FALL 2010
Cynthia Gibson, Ph.D and William M. Dietel | September 22 2010
When Sigmund Freud asked, “What do women want?” he probably didn’t anticipate the firestorm his question would incite. “What do donors want?” seems to be the question behind a series of grants that the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation recently awarded to two private consulting firms. It’s important to take a step back and remember that while metrics are critical and have their place, they’re only one piece of the puzzle.
Kim Klein | September 22 2010
As we march toward the fiscal cliff, everyone knows that tax reform is on the table in negotiations between President Obama, the Democratic Senate, and the Republican House of Representatives. For a perspective on the importance of the content of taxes for nonprofits, we are pleased to again present this important perspective by Kim Klein of Klein & Roth Consulting that should make nonprofits consider their stake in the tax reform debate. What are they willing to push for and to give up—if anything—in the context of responding to sequestration ...