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Philanthropy

  • BBB Wise Giving Alliance
    A merger of the National Charities Information Bureau and the Council of Better Business Bureaus' Foundation and its Philanthropic Advisory Service.
  • Form 990 Web Site Project
    Demonstrates the ability to store and retrieve Form 990 submissions. All sizable nonprofit organizations must submit a completed Form 990 annually. Many state governments also rely on the 990 for nonprofit financial reporting.
  • Guidestar
    At this site, a donor can search guideStar's on-line database for a report on a nonprofit organization by its location, revenue, key word or activity field. "Just as you wouldn't invest money in a company you don't know anything about, a donor shouldn't give money to an organization without understanding its objectives, values, and effectiveness", says PRI president Arthur Schmidt Jr. Caution: Data base is based on IRS data from form 990 (or a financial statement if revenue is below $25,000). Some of the data is old (1992), and many small organizations have less then $25,000 in income.
  • iGive.com
    Now you can support your favorite worthy cause while you shop on line.
  • Learning to Give
    Learning to Give offers lesson plans, activities, and resources to educate youth about the power of philanthropy (sharing time, talent and treasure). Empower young people to make a difference in their school, their community and their world!
  • National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy
    Since 1976, NCRP has advocated for the philanthropic community to provide nonprofit organizations with essential resources and opportunities to work toward social and economic justice for disadvantaged and disenfranchised populations and communities.
  • Three Guineas Fund
    Promotes social justice for women and girls by expanding access to opportunity in education and the economy through targeted grants. The foundation was named after Virginia Woolf's 1938 book, "Three Guineas," to reflect the fund's mission and theory of change. In the essay, Woolf responds to three requests for a guinea—a British gold coin—one for building a women's college, one for promoting women's employment, and one to prevent war and protect intellectual liberty.
  • Women & Philanthropy Association
    An association of grantmakers, women and men who recognize that effective solutions to our most pressing societal issues cannot be developed without specific attention to the critical needs and distinctive talents of all women.

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