The Changing Face of Giving: Why Donors Choose Anonymity

Renewal's Carol Newell was featured in today's Globe and Mail. Check out the article below or on the Globe and Mail website.

Women's Funding Network

April 29 – 2, 2009
To be confirmed, Atlanta, GA

The Women's Funding Network is 135 organizations that fund women's solutions across the globe. They give women the money and tools to transform their ideas into lasting change -- in every critical area from combating poverty to achieving advances in healthcare, education and human rights.   With $450 million in collective working assets, The Women's Funding Network

Crisis Calming for Charity

The great economic contraction that began officially in September of 2008, has created a crisis for the charitable sector in North America and globally.

Stories of massive losses for venerable grantmaking Foundations abound. Thousands of non profit salaries, millions of people in need, and extraordinary social change strategies depend on those sources of funds. Individual donors are starting to freeze, all waiting to see what happens next. Big commitments go on hold.

Women Donors Network Annual Conference

November 6 – 9, 2008
Fairmont Copely Plaza, Boston, MA

Join Women Donors Network in Boston for their post-election conference, November 6-9, 2008, as they look to the future to build a more just world. This city presents a multitude of opportunities to examine the issues of class, gender and race and learn about successful models that are transforming the progressive landscape.

The Evolution of Tides Canada

A few words from Ross McMillan, President and CEO of Tides Canada:

"As many of you are aware, my role expanded to President and CEO of Tides Canada this July. Tim Draimin, who grew Tides with his visionary leadership, has taken on an advisory role as Tides’ first Senior Fellow. I look forward to working with you in the months and years ahead.

Tides Canada

Tides Canada serves individuals, families and institutions with services and expertise to assist giving away money to great charities.

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