The 36th annual Greater Cleveland National Philanthropy Day will take place virtually at 4 p.m. Nov. 6. to recognize those who are active within the philanthropic community, whose efforts and generosity continue to enrich people’s lives and the world.
October marks the beginning of the fourth quarter of the year. As people examine their financial records, plan for the remainder of the year and take a look at 2021, philanthropic donors should do the same.
The decision to make a philanthropic gift is big. Not only are donors giving their hard-earned money to a cause, but the gift is also a reflection of their wishes and beliefs. For seasoned donors, the process might be second nature.
A combined $1 million donation to Cleveland State University’s School of Film & Media Arts from Lee and Ageleke Zapis and the Kelvin and Eleanor Smith Foundation will enhance what has become a regional hub for film education and training.
As more philanthropic organizations are established, donors may find themselves struggling to choose the right place to give. That’s especially true as it becomes easier to create nonprofits or support causes within minutes through websites like GoFundMe, making it difficult to determine wha…
Philanthropy is an important part of society, no matter what is happening in the world. But in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, gifts have the potential to be more beneficial.
Different generations tend to be driven by causes that are unique to them. But through generational giving, family members of all ages can work together to make a difference.