The Sillerman Center for the Advancement of Philanthropy
The Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University
Generous U is a national contest to increase philanthropy and philanthropic values on U.S. college campuses. Students are invited to compete for the $10,000 Sillerman Prize and the Generous U title for their university or college.
Margaret McKenna, civil rights attorney, educator and leading expert in philanthropy joins the Sillerman Center for the 2013-2014 academic year. Previously McKenna was President of the Walmart Foundation and served as President of Lesley University for 22 years.
A recent report released by the Heller School's Sillerman Center for the Advancement of Philanthropy, at Brandeis University, points to new insights into building a pipeline to create philanthropists. Claudia Jacobs blogs in the Huffington Post.
Can Giving Circles be a vehicle for democratizing philanthropy? Claudia Jacobs blogs in the Huffington Post.
Brains response to giving: Donor sleeps well after supporting School in Nepal. Claudia Jacobs blogs in the Huffington Post.
SheGives raised $235,000 in 5 month for 8 Boston-area nonprofit organizations.
Giving Games help current and future donors find giving opportunities that match their values. These aren't hypothetical - players collectively decide where to give real money that will help real people.