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  • 2017 Global Trends in Giving Report

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    An annual report that examines the impact of technology, gender, generation, and ideology upon giving worldwide. Publication date: September 2017

    Based upon the survey results of 4,084 donors worldwide, the 2017 Global Trends in Giving Report is a research project that seeks to gain a better understanding of how donors prefer to give and engage with their favorite causes and charitable organizations. Sponsored by the Public Interest Registry and researched by Nonprofit Tech for Good, the report summarizes donor data across six continents about how online and mobile technology effects giving. The report also explores the impact of gender, generation, and ideology upon giving and volunteerism.

    The 2017 Global Trends in Giving Report is unique in that it is the only annual research project dedicated to studying the giving habits of donors worldwide and is a sister report to the Global NGO Technology Report. The data from both reports is meant to help non-governmental organizations (NGOs), non-profit organizations (NPOs), and charities worldwide better understand if they are using technology in the ways that their donors prefer them to and where they need to improve.

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  • 10 Qualities You Need To Become A Stellar Nonprofit Storyteller

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    When done strategically and in harmony with online channels, storytelling can and will help you raise more money and strengthen relationships with your supporters. Publication date: April 2016

    Storytelling is not only a fantastic way to relate to other humans on a personal level, it is also a fantastic marketing and fundraising tool for nonprofits. From PEAK Insight Journal.

    Julia C. Campbell

    social media and fundraising consultant


  • Using Strategic Storytelling to Increase Impact: The Grants Manager’s Role

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    How can grants managers help elevate storytelling in their organizations? Publication date: May 2016

    Grants managers have an important role to play in elevating the practice of storytelling within foundations and among grantees. From PEAK Insight Journal.

    R.J. Bee

    Senior Vice President

    Hattaway Communications

  • What’s Your Story?

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    For nonprofits and funders, visual storytelling has become an imperative for capturing attention. Publication date: June 2016

    Effective stories with pictures and videos evoke powerful emotions; create connections; take us on a journey; and inspire and drive us to make decisions. From PEAK Insight Journal.

    Dawn DeAno


    Dawn DeAno Photography

  • Your Organization’s Story: In Five Minutes

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    It’s time to paint a picture of the impact of your work. What happens as a result of your efforts? Publication date: June 2016

    The story of one person who achieved a milestone, told in a compelling way, will be more meaningful than any pie chart could ever be, no matter how impressive the statistics. Sharing your impact so that your audience feels something means that what they hear will stick with them. From PEAK Insight Journal.

    ​Jennie Winton

    Founding Partner

    Mission Minded 

  • The Science of the Story

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    ​Research finds that stories shape our behavior in other ways that can help us to thrive.​ Publication date: June 2016

    The better we understand how stories unfold in our bodies, the more equipped we are to thrive in the story-rich environment of the twenty-first century. From PEAK Insight Journal.

    ​Jeremy Adam Smith


    Greater Good

  • The View from the Registration Desk: A Staff Member’s Reflection on YPC 2016

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    A reflection penned by a 19-year-old staff member of Youth Philanthropy Connect. Publication date: August 2016

    "I have seen the future, and it looks brighter than I ever could have imagined." From PEAK Insight Journal.

    ​Magdalen Sullivan

    Fellow, Youth Philanthropy Connect

    Frieda C. Fox Foundation

  • Reflections from the Youth Philanthropy Connect International Conference

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    "I was able to view the conference and the importance of youth philanthropy through a different lens because my ten-year-old daughter, Cara, joined me on this adventure." Publication date: August 2016

    Youth become more responsible, caring, engaged in learning, and culturally competent, all while providing positive peer influences and developing integrity. Isn’t that what we want for all of our children? From PEAK Insight Journal.

    ​Jennifer Ubaldino

    Program Officer

    Foundation for MetroWest

  • B.L.I.N.G. Youth Philanthropists Michelle and Iveth Bring Social Justice to a Conference

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    Michelle and Iveth engaged youth philanthropists from across the country around how their grant dollars can make the most impact. Publication date: September 2016

    Philanthropy [is] “a good start to fix systemic inequity. It’s definitely one of the hardest problems in the world to solve.” From PEAK Insight Journal.

    Mariah Cochran

    Program Coordinator

    Youth Leadership Institute

  • Help Youth Share Their Time, Talent, and Treasure Through Philanthropy!

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    What is youth philanthropy and why should you integrate it into your organization? Publication date: September 2016

    Everyone can be a philanthropist regardless of their age, social-economic income, and family dynamics. From PEAK Insight Journal.

    ​Jill Gordon

    Program Director

    Youth Philanthropy Initiative of Indiana (YPII)