A look at where Austin stands in philanthropy, volunteering and social enterprise, but also where we stand on our most pressing social needs.
Right now, according to the City, the population of Austin is less than 50% Anglo or white, non-Hispanic. And yet, according to a Greenlights Central Texas Board Report from 2011, about 90% of nonprofit board Read More
At The New Philanthropists inaugural event, a panel discussion presented by GivingCity Austin and Mando Rayo + Collective and hosted by RGK Center for Philanthropy and Community Service, on July 28, 2015, panelists offered several Read More
DEADLINE: FRIDAY, APRIL 24 Part quiz, part survey, this 10-question Austin philanthropy survey will help us gauge your awareness and knowledge about philanthropy in Austin today. PLUS, complete the contact and demographic section and be Read More
In Austin, the nonprofits that have adapted technology to fit their missions tend to have a staff large enough and savvy enough to jump in (Capital Area Food Bank with its maps of food pantries Read More
As Austin grows up, all signs point to a more generous 2015 and beyond. If a city’s maturity can be measured by its philanthropy, Austin is still in its partying phase. Consider the rich philanthropic Read More
Mark 2014 down as a great year for charitable giving, especially in Texas, according to one report. The Atlas of Giving report says that as of November 31, Americans donated about 9 percent more to Read More
Who’s giving to what nonprofit organizations and causes and how much? That’s what the Giving USA Report collects and shares every year, and it’s a valuable tool for crafting a fundraising strategy. Overall, the news Read More