Big Brothers and Big Sisters (BBBS) is a national network of mentors committed to helping youth meet their full potential. At the core of BBBS is Community-Based Mentoring, fostering one-to-one matches between Bigs and Littles to empower youth while strengthening communities.
For years, donor-advised funds (DAFs) have been gaining popularity as a vehicle for philanthropic giving. The National Philanthropic Trust recently released their 2020 Report, confirming what we already knew: DAFs are here to stay.
By leveraging their collective expertise, technology leaders are fostering a community to continually connect, learn, grow, and lead.
For decades, sponsors of donor-advised funds have belonged to one of three segments: national charities, community foundations, and single-issue charities. However, the trend toward digital giving under a DAF 2.0 model positions a fourth segment to emerge: banks.
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Social entrepreneurship is disrupting the way people think about the relationship between business and social impact. The field is gaining popularity across college campuses as students work toward a meaningful career rooted in solving the world’s most pressing issues.
Jim Valvano was the basketball coach of NC State University who led the team to win the ’83 NCAA Championship. After being diagnosed with cancer, he helped to establish the V Foundation with one goal in mind: to achieve victory over cancer. Since 1993, V Foundation has funded more than $250 million in cancer research grants.
Donor-advised funds (DAFs) have gained significant popularity as tool for charitable giving over the past 20 years. Despite the benefits of using one, the concept is still unfamiliar to the average person.
Here are five important things to know about this philanthropic tool.