NYRAG is the nonprofit membership organization of and for philanthropy in the New York metropolitan area. We strengthen philanthropy by offering programs and resources that support effective, strategic grantmaking. We facilitate collaboration and knowledge sharing, and communicate the value of the philanthropic sector in our society.
A resource that connects nonprofit colleagues around the world. Its Purpose: A place where nonprofit professionals can learn from each other, share information and work together to advance the cause of philanthropy. Charity Channel hosts over 200 public and private email-based discussion lists, all dedicated to topics relevant to... (continued)
Brings together foundation leaders, NGOs, individual donors, and agents of change to learn more about opportunities for international philanthropy. It is our conviction that individuals are not only capable of contributing to the advancement of human security, environmental stewardship, and improved quality of life, but that they must.
A global network of more than 100 membership associations and support organisations serving grantmakers, which have joined together to: create opportunities to learn from and support one another; develop modes of communication and collaboration among themselves; contribute to the strengthening of philanthropy... (continued)
The purpose of Grant Benefit is to provide guidance, ideas, resources and practical tools to help community foundations and other funders begin to assess their benefit to the community. In an increasingly complex philanthropic environment, the ability to demonstrate that your foundation is achieving results is critical.
a non-profit philanthropic advisory service, founded in 1989 to help donors increase the impact of their philanthropy. Over the years, TPI has gained considerable experience in designing, implementing and evaluating a wide range of philanthropic programs and grants initiatives on behalf of individual donors, families,... (continued)
Over two decades working in the nonprofit and philanthropic space most notably as the Soros Foundation’s first CIO and Internet Program Director. He is a Consultant, Social Entrepreneur, Author of the Dynamics of Technology for Social Change as well as numerous articles and manuals on technology, philanthropy and nonprofit capacity... (continued)