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Recommendations for Effective Philanthropy.


Resources


The Council on Foundations

Chronicles of Philanthropy

Center for Effective Philanthropy

Association of Small Foundations

National Council of Nonprofits

Conferences & Events

Philanthropic Resources


The Brach Family Charitable Foundation has included resources to help visitors find new avenues for improving the effectiveness of their philanthropic efforts.

The Council on Foundations

The Council on Foundations serves more than 1,700 grant-making foundations and corporations. They help advance the common good by providing members with legal, career and professional development services. Members may contact each other to share information or communicate with other foundations to discuss issues of common concern.
www.cof.org

The Center for Effective Philanthropy

The Center for Effective Philanthropy believes that they can have a profound influence on nonprofits and those they serve by providing philanthropic funders with data that improves the efficacy of their giving. The headline on their banner reads “Better data, Better Decisions, Better Philanthropy”.
www.effectivephilanthropy.org

The Chronicle of Philanthropy

The Chronicle of Philanthropy claims to be the number one news source for people involved in philanthropy, including nonprofit leaders, fund raisers and grant makers. With a more than a twenty- year history as a philanthropic news source, we deem them worthy of inclusion as a valuable resource for our readers.
philanthropy.com

The Association of Small Foundations

The Association of Small Foundations serves those with little or no staff. They seek to provide education, networking opportunities and increase the collective voice of small foundations in philanthropy.
www.smallfoundations.org

The National Council of Nonprofits

The National Council of Nonprofits works to build the effectiveness of its 25,000 plus members. They have associations in 36 states. They have built a collectively strong voice to advocate on behalf of the nonprofit sector. The council helps members with education and training in fundraising, board development, database development and other areas of education and training.
www.councilofnonprofits.org