Lauren Pope, who writes for G2, explains why not all charitable giving is created equally - there is a way to give smarter.
According to Pope, charitable giving has two main purposes: supporting charities and as a tax-planning strategy.
She delves into the different types of charitable giving: donor advised funds, scholarship funds, legacy giving, family giving, non-cash gifts, giving circles, bundling contributions, corporate giving, gift matching, and volunteering.
Pope concludes that "the key is knowing what your philanthropic goals are and then finding the best way to achieve them." Read the Entire Article
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Several British colleges and universities have embraced social entrepreneurship in their curriculum. Pathik Pathak at Southampton have introduced n interdisciplinary module in Social Enterprise, which is open to students of all year groups and across all disciplines.