17 July

Five Things You Need To Know About Women’s Giving Behavior

Five Things You Need To Know About Women’s Giving Behavior

Women give differently than men, but they definitely give. Take a look at these statistics: Single women are more likely than similarly-situated single men to give to charity. Women give significantly more than similarly-situated men at almost all income levels. Women have a significant impact on household giving patterns. For every $10,000 that the wife’s […]

14 December

We can’t THINK ourselves to change

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We can’t THINK ourselves to change

Susan* was excited about her promotion from leading a program team of four to COO of the organization. She had been with the organization for five years, lived the mission through the field programs she helped develop, believed in their impact, and was eager to help the whole organization grow. Susan came to the first […]

6 December

Women Drive Philanthropy: Are You Adapting?

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Women Drive Philanthropy: Are You Adapting?

For the first time, the Women’s Philanthropy Institute (WPI) has investigated gender differences in giving across generations in their seventh annual report*, Women Give 2016. The results are extraordinarily clear: “Women Give 2016 finds that men’s and women’s donor behavior has changed over the past four decades, and that women now have greater influence over […]

25 October

Engaging Women in Philanthropy: Practical Ways to Shift Our Approach

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Article by Matthew T. Lambert, William & Mary | Shared from academicimpressions.com, read the original post HERE This article at a glance: It is imperative that we first engage women meaningfully in the life of the university. From there we can develop a strong pipeline of women leaders so that we ultimately see great increases in philanthropy. […]