Baby Boomers Poised to Give $8 Trillion, Study Says DANUTA OTFINOWSKI/AMERICAN RED CROSSOnce retirees commit their time, they end up volunteering more hours than any other age group, the study found. By Maria Di Mento Retirees are expected to donate about $6.6 trillion in cash and $1.4 trillion in volunteer services during the next 20 […]
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San Antonio Area Foundation Receives $605 Million Bequest DECEMBER 16, 2015 The San Antonio Area Foundation has announced a bequest valued at more than $605 million from local cinema businessman and real estate entrepreneur John L. Santikos. It’s the largest gift made in the entire philanthropic community of America in 2015. The largest gift in […]
A collection of Powerpoint presentations for Orthodox parish and organization development.
Time and again, capital campaigns prove to be the vehicle to raise significant funds and achieve unprecedented giving.
Orthodox Christians Dr. P. Roy and Diane Vagelos generously share their wealth to help others.
Orthodox Christians exercise philanthropy but the church fails to successfully compete with universities and other charities.
Find guidelines to conduct your fundraising efforts here.
Read how other charities are participating in the rapid rise of giving in the first half of 2015.
Learn the environment. Define your mission. Claim your space. Apply professional fundraising methodology to gather resources and build spiritual involvement.
Every parish needs an ongoing major gift program and almost every priest needs coaching in this essential skill as part of effectively leading, managing and developing a parish.
Many Wealthy Plan to Remember Charities in Their Estates – Does Your Parish Have an Endowment Program?
To remember the parish in one’s will is to look back upon life with gratitude and to look forward to the spiritual well being of future generations.
Countless articles are available regarding online giving to local churches. This one seems particularly informative and helpful.
In almost every major fundraising effort undertaken by Stewardship Advocates, all the resources that were necessary for success were to be found right in the local community.
“If a rich man is proud of his wealth, he should not be praised until it is known how he employs it.” (Socrates)
Discover how to move parishioners from casual giving to truly meaningful giving.
Learn how different economic classes view life and assign value.
Choosing the right method for the fundraising opportunity at hand.
Insights into the dynamics of a successful capital campaign.
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