Melissa Spas contemplates on what a seemingly dormant season can provide.
Jacqueline Ackerman of the Women’s Philanthropy Institute uses data on women’s giving to inform organizational considerations ahead of GivingTuesday.
Stephanie Clintonia Boddie, PhD, MSW shares her reflections and research on giving back in the Black Church tradition.
Shariq Siddiqui Ph.D. and Rafeel Wasif Ph.D. highlight important data from the Muslim American Giving 2021 report.
Melissa Spas explains what a learning organization is and how it can turn toward sustainability.
Meredith McNabb considers the ways mutual aid emphasizes shared relationships among givers and those who receive.
Honeycomb Executive Director, Wayne Green, explains how collective grantmaking engages Jewish teens with philanthropy.
David P. King, PhD discusses how philanthropy can work toward supporting our common good.
ECRF Alumni, Rev. Xavier L. Johnson, D.Min., addresses grace in giving, no matter one's access to financial resources from the perspective of his Christian tradition.
Elizabeth Lynn shares how faith-inspired organizations are reimagining ways to use their resources.
Benac and Weber-Johnson offer a powerful witness to the philanthropic imagination sparked over the last year.
David P. King, PhD summarizes the latest Giving USA report and envisions the future of religious giving.
Melissa Spas brings forward the many ways religious organizations have adapted and can adapt in the future.
Meredith McNabb reminds us that generosity is learned, which means we all have a role to play in teaching the younger generations.
David P. King, PhD invites religious leaders to ask the essential questions that will lead organizations to deeper clarity of mission.
Co-Founder of the American Muslim Community Foundation, Muhi Khwaja, highlights the diversity of Muslim giving during the month of Ramadan.
Melissa Spas points out the challenges faith-based organizations have always faced, but now in a new context.
Members of The Bridgespan Group highlight their recent report on the role of faith-inspired organizations in the United States.
Elizabeth Lynn reflects back on the Distinguished Visitor Dialogue and shares some of her take-aways.
Hanna Shaul Bar Nissim, PhD reveals the layers of Jewish giving as ethno-religious giving in America.
Meredith McNabb writes that clarity of mission, vision, and values to supports perfect donors and recipients.
David P. King, PhD encourages religious leaders to pause and reflect on the past and present to help guide us forward to the future.
Melissa Spas considers how the liturgical season of ordinary time can inform extraordinary times we’re encountering now.