There are many ways to volunteer with family members. Try something different, maybe abroad or maybe in your own backyard.
These days, many people looking to volunteer want to be sure it will truly make a difference. So in this piece, a philanthropy expert shares her insights.
These days, many people looking to make a donation want to be sure it will truly make a difference. So in this piece, a philanthropy expert shares her insights.
For those looking to make a midcareer change or reenter the workforce after focusing on family, a returnship can offer the chance to make more of a difference.
A majority of employees say they want to work for an organization that encourages giving and volunteering. Here are five philanthropic options offered by corporate America.
As the head of a philanthropic organization, the writer of this column has seen what can be helpful to those in need. Here are her insights.
Most people will need to raise money at some point: The school your child attends has a drive to fund a science retreat. Or your neighbor is soliciting funds for his autistic child and a local autism program. Can you secure five new donors for him?
With 2018 well under way, here are some ideas for being ‘the best you’ – from shopping in your closet to being an extreme volunteer.
Are you going to do the same thing this year? Here’s a lens on giving more broadly – beyond presents under the tree.
Some employees may think that giving back during the workday doesn’t make sense. But a substantial percentage of companies offer volunteer benefits.
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