Delusional Altruism: Mickey gets to visit with Kris Putnam-Walkerly, philanthropy expert, advisor, and speaker. We discuss her book Delusional Atruism and examine why philanthropists fail to achieve change, and some concrete things they can do to transform giving.
Move The Money:Jami Duffy is the Executive Director of Youth on Record. She calls on community foundations to loosen restrictions and give nonprofits more time to focus on their critical support services.
Jessica is a co-founder of Impact100 Houston. We talk about her work and perspectives using philanthropy as a means of finding common ground during divisive times.
Our second episode with Jack Silverstein, Founder at YUCKS Enterprises. We talk about fundraising myths, sponsorship philanthropy. Jack maintains that “Doing more with less is insulting,” and we discuss why development offices should be sacrosanct during the COVID-19 crisis. We welcome support of the Nonprofit SnapCast via Patreon. We welcome your questions and feedback… Continue reading Fundraising Myths, with Jack Silverstein
Mickey gets to visit with Sal Alaimo, Associate Professor of Nonprofit Management at Grand Valley State University, discussing some of the imperfections of philanthropy and what might be necessary for philanthropy to reach its potential in impacting society. We welcome support of the Nonprofit SnapCast via Patreon. We welcome your questions and feedback via The… Continue reading Philanthropy’s Imperfections, with Sal Alaimo
Mickey visits with Kathy Kreuchauf, Founder of OnPoint Philanthropic Consulting, to talk about Program Related Investments. We discuss: What are Program Related Investments? How long have PRIs been permitted? How can a foundation get started investigating PRIs? Why foundations should take a closer look at PRIs now. Resources for investigating the feasibility of PRIs. Size… Continue reading Program Related Investments, with Kathy Kreuchauf
Is Philanthropy in trouble? Mickey talks with Lisa Greer about philanthropy and leadership, taking a look at how older fundraising techniques may turn-off or disenfranchise donors. We also touch on a number of topics in her book, Philanthropy Revolution, How To Insipre Donors, Build Relationships, And Make A Difference, providing guidance on how Fundraising may… Continue reading Philanthropy Revolution, with Lisa Greer
Mickey gets to visit with Jeff Jowdy, President of Lighthouse Counsel, about the special significance of what it means to be a board chair, and the research Lighthouse Counsel is conducting in the area, along with a summary of their findings so far. To participate in the research, please visit: https://www.research.net/r/8N5P88Q We welcome support of… Continue reading Nonprofit Board Chairs, with Jeff Jowdy
POSSIBILITY PROJECT: On July 20th Angela Barbash + Marc Rand talked with us about disrupting #investments and #philanthropy, check out this recording, and join us for the next Possibility Project to take part in our breakout discussions. Learn more about the next session, here: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13856641/ We welcome support of the Nonprofit SnapCast via Patreon. We… Continue reading Investments & Philanthropy
Big Philanthropy: Visiting with Robert Drake, we tackle the issue of “Big Philanthropy.” What exactly is Big Philanthropy? Is there any danger to letting enormous wealth sectors of our economy to be spent with no government oversight?