The African American community has a strong tradition of giving its time, talent, and treasure to others. Historically, these gifts have gone to churches, alma maters, and civic organizations such as the Urban League and NAACP.
Serving as a nonprofit Board member is so much more than giving advice, attending a few meetings, or writing a check—it also includes a number of liabilities and responsibilities.
understanding this spectrum of risks is critical for drafting a comprehensive contingency plan.
The INS Group offers translation and on-site and remote interpretation services from certified professionals.
Dr. Snyder-Fickler offers four steps for building an effective evaluation plan and measuring your organization’s long-term vision.
In the last decade, the number of giving circles in the U.S. has tripled, with more than 1,500 currently active.
The INS Group sat down with Beth Boney Jenkins, Regional Director of Development for the North Carolina Community Foundation to learn more about donor-advised funds.
More than ever, youth are becoming movers and shakers in the philanthropy sphere. From advocacy to grantmaking youth are transforming traditional philanthropy to make a difference in their communities.
In this article, The INS Group explores fundraising trends for 2019.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 established a number of changes to the tax code. While few of these changes will affect the day-to-day operations of most nonprofits and faith-based institutions in 2019, these overhauls are still expected to significantly impact giving trends among individual donors.