Category: Philanthropy (Page 1 of 4)

New York Philanthropy The Most Influential People

New York Philanthropy: The Most Influential People

New York has become one of the world centers for philanthropy. Many large foundations and individual donors from New York spread their wealth throughout the world. The list ahead focuses mostly on philanthropic people and organizations that are not necessarily based in New York City but use part of their wealth within the city. Michael […]

Inspiring Philanthropy Through Story Mickey Berlianshik

Inspiring Philanthropy Through Story

If you want to take your philanthropy to the next level, then you should be using the power of story. If you don’t, you could miss out on the donations that your group deserves. However, here are some specific reasons that you need to know about how stories impact your ability to grow your mission: […]

Ted Talks On Philanthropy Mickey Berlianshik

Ted Talks on Philanthropy

One of the primary objectives of Ted Talks is the encouragement of philanthropy and charitable giving on a global scale. This initiative is achieved through a myriad of talks aimed at the principle of charity. Although it can often be overwhelming to narrow down the best Ted Talks focused on philanthropy, here are a few […]

How Are Millennials Affecting Philanthropy- - Mickey Berlianshik

How Are Millennials Affecting Philanthropy?

The state of philanthropy is in the midst of change. At this time, donors have a wealth of information at their disposal. They can find out about many different charities and the work that they do around the world much easier than they could have a decade ago. Giving has also become more convenient and […]

Why is Philanthropy Important to Society- Mickey Berlianshik

Why is Philanthropy Important to Society?

What is Philanthropy? Philanthropy is the desire to give to society for the good of humanity. Philanthropists contribute money, time or other assets to society to enrich the public good. Often, the public is unaware of the volume of philanthropy with which society is endowed. Why is Philanthropy Important to Society? The act of giving […]

Joining the Arts and Philanthropy - Mickey Berlianshik

Joining the Arts and Philanthropy

Art has a way of speaking to an individual, unlike any other inanimate object. Art can evoke joy, sadness, regret – nearly any emotion humankind is able to experience, simply just by gazing at the piece for a few moments. Yet, most funders do not wish to partake in this area. Art and culture seem […]

Two people sitting at a table, one with an open laptop, talking, Mickey Berlianshik blog about finding board members for your philanthropy

5 Tips for Finding the Best Board Members for Your Philanthropy

When you’re starting a new nonprofit or developing a board for an existing philanthropy, it’s important to find the best board for your organization. Leading an organization and making major decisions that affect everyone involved is a huge responsibility. For nonprofits, it can be even more challenging to find great board members because they’re often […]

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5 Ways to Help Your Neighbor in Need

Oftentimes, you might have a neighbor who could use a little help with something in their life. Whether they’re recovering from an injury, just lost a loved one, had a baby, or are elderly, there are various reasons someone in your neighborhood could need some help with errands or tasks around the house. Develop your […]

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What to Do if You’re Burnt Out from Philanthropy

A common issue facing philanthropists, especially those who lead an organization, is the feeling of burnout. You can put your entire life and soul into helping a cause and working toward some kind of solution, but it may seem like you’re never really making a difference for the cause you’re trying to help. Philanthropy is […]

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Charitable Giving in 2017

This year saw a lot of trauma, from a horrific hurricane season to the WHO survey that found that “One in 10 drugs sold in developing countries is fake or substandard, leading to tens of thousands of deaths.” In the midst of so much tragedy, seeing all the positive things that have come out of […]

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