Philanthropy

Riding out the Storm: A Closer Look at PED 3.2

Riding out the Storm: A Closer Look at PED 3.2

Author Kevin McClure discusses the importance now, more than ever, for institutions to harness the power of fundraising to support the mission of their institutions as they ride out the storm of COVID-19.

IUP and Teachers College launch new journal, ‘Philanthropy & Education’

Debuting this month is IUP’s newest journal, Philanthropy & Education, sponsored by Teachers College at Columbia University. Philanthropy & Education is a biannual, international journal that publishes peer-reviewed scholarly research and practical analysis of educational giving, plus emerging philanthropic trends around the world. The journal aims to be relevant and useful to practitioners and scholars alike through the use of writing styles that are accessible and usable by practitioners across a spectrum of disciplines and perspectives.

Book review: Alva Vanderbilt Belmont

"Hoffert sheds a bright light on the life of the imperious, irascible, opinionated Alva Vanderbilt Belmont. The author posits that Belmont was an unlikely champion of women’s rights and that… READ MORE

Book review: Mrs. Russell Sage

"Well-written and thoroughly researched, this biography is a welcome addition to the history of women and philanthropy." —The American Historical Review

Book review: Volunteers

“Volunteers: A Social Profile is a must read for anyone doing formal research on volunteers or voluntary organizations. It is a comphrehensive overview of volunteers that is unmatched.” —Community Development

Book reviews: Kiev, Jewish Metropolis

"Natan M. Meir’s Kiev, Jewish Metropolis: A History, 1859–1914 is a rich social, cultural, and institutional history of Jewish life in one of its most important and hitherto least understood… READ MORE

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