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NBA players will show Indiana high school basketball stars the path to professional and personal success during NBA All-Star Weekend in Indianapolis
The Mays Family Institute on Diverse Philanthropy and the Mothers of Professional Basketball Players, Inc., are hosting an event on Feb. 17 to support athletes in using their platform to make a difference.
Nationally noted foundation leader will share expertise with students and professionals via the world’s first school of philanthropy
Indiana membership associations facing decline in members, less demand for services, Indiana University study finds
Roughly one-quarter of Indiana membership associations reported a decline in the number of members of their organizations over a three-year period according to a new report from Indiana University researchers.
Simran Jeet Singh Will Speak about Religious Diversity, Generosity and Civil Society in Indianapolis December 6
2023 Lake Institute on Faith & Giving Distinguished Visitor is recognized thought leader on bias, empathy and justice
Share of Americans donating to charity fell among many racial and ethnic groups during two-decade period, Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy research finds
As the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted services and programs that support women and girls all over the world, women’s and girls’ organizations in the U.S. received $8.8 billion in charitable giving in 2020—a 9.2% increase over 2019, according to the Women & Girls Index (WGI). But giving to these organizations still represented less than 2% of all U.S. giving that year.
U.S.-based nonprofits spend an estimated $7.8 to $9.2 billion annually addressing climate change, new research finds
A new study examining how U.S.-based nonprofit organizations allocate their funding to combat climate change, including various approaches employed and direct actions taken, is being released today by the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy. Its unique design makes it one of the few studies to date that focuses on climate change spending from the nonprofit’s perspective. U.S. nonprofits spend between USD 7.8 billion and USD 9.2 billion annually on programs and activities that address climate change, the research estimates.