Posts Tagged: volunteer

Sometimes Charity Begins at Home

Whenever we sit down to visit with new clients about the most important things for them to pass down to the following generations, we hear about values, faith, family stories and life lessons. Occasionally we hear about a personal possession with a strong emotional value. Inevitably it takes a while to come around to financial… Read more »

Three easy steps to a better Board

Nominating Chairs complain that the competition is tough; there are too many nonprofits and not enough Rock Star board members.  Yet Boards function as a team, and we all know Rock Stars may not make the best teammate. Please follow and like us:

The value of Giving Back does get passed down!

Grandparents who actively pursue philanthropic endeavors are more likely to have grandchildren who give charitably and volunteer in the community. While giving priorities may differ (grandparents are more inclined to religious giving and grandchildren to secular giving), grandparents play a role in developing their grandchildren’s giving habits. Recent research released by the Lilly Family School… Read more »

Giving Budgets, Volunteerism Increase: The 2016 Rodman Report is Here

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A Survey of Corporate Giving in Central Texas The results of our Survey of Corporate Giving in Central Texas are in. Through the direct feedback of local businesses, the 2016 Rodman Report shines a spotlight on corporate giving trends and benchmarks in the Austin and Central Texas area. The statistics we gathered on corporate philanthropy/giving… Read more »