Austin’s philanthropic history, people and future, highlighting modern innovations in giving with impact. Sponsored by St. David’s Foundation.
Who volunteers more, women or men? According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, women out-volunteer men …. but not by as much as you might think. The most recent data reports that 21.8 percent of Read More
On October 28, classical radio station KMFA announced its goal of completing a $13.5 million campaign to fund its new headquarters, a brand new building at a growing development called The Hatchery, just east of I-35, and Read More
The new, 48,000-square-foot headquarters of the Junior League of Austin, the fifth-largest Junior League in the world, opened on Thursday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony presided over by multiple community leaders, many of whom are current Read More
Today, St. David’s Foundation, the largest grantmaking organization that solely impacts Central Texas, announced the successor to Earl Maxwell, who will have served as CEO of St. David’s Foundation for 20 years when he retires Read More
As Austin becomes an increasingly multilingual community, nonprofits often struggle to keep up. Federal law requires agencies that receive federal funding to provide services to anyone in the language they speak, or else be in Read More
Now in its fourth year, Art of the Gala is a full-day conference to help Austin fundraisers host better, more effective fundraising events. Created by GivingCity Austin and St. David’s Foundation in collaboration with Austin Read More
Despite a strong economy, U.S. charitable giving dropped 1.7 percent, from $435.1 billion in 2017 to $427.7 billion in 2018, according to the annual Giving USA report, released June 18. A change in the tax Read More