We are so excited to have Ryan Miller from LIFT guest blogging for us today! LIFT received funding from Hannah’s Giving Circle last year. We love to keep in touch with grantees and are excited to share what’s happening at… read more
We are thrilled to have Abigail Karlin-Resnick, Executive Director of Health Connected, guest blogging for us today! Health Connected received a grant from our Reproductive Justice for All giving circle earlier this year. We love to keep in touch with… read more
We are so excited to have Barbara Wenger, Executive Director of CommunityGrows, guest blogging for us today! CommunityGrows received funding from our Next Gen Giving Circle last year. We love to keep in touch with grantees and are excited to… read more
We are so excited to have Amber Davies from Saving Innocence guest blogging for us today! Amber is the Director of Clinical Programs at Saving Innocence, a nonprofit that our EPIP Los Angeles giving circle granted to last year. We… read more
Exciting news from Giving Circles Fund! In its first grant cycle, our new Women + Girls in CA Giving Circle granted almost $2,000 to Downtown Women’s Center (DWC) in Los Angeles! This incredible organization provides permanent housing and on-site services… read more
If every Millennial in the U.S. donated 1 percent of his or her income, it would result in $16 billion raised for charity each year. Millennials, born between 1980 and 2000, are considered to be a generation with a strong… read more
The awesome people at ComputerScienceZone.com put together a great infographic about philanthropy and technology. Check it out!
The Internet has transformed the lives of people these days. They can shop online, make online booking for hotels and flights and choose the… read more
You spent months recruiting your circle members, narrowing your mission, learning how to evaluate nonprofits, actually doing those assessments and finally choosing the recipient of your donation. Now what?
Your involvement with an organization doesn’t have to end when the One… read more
As a public policy student in my life prior to starting at the One Percent Foundation, we were trained to identify and prepare for unanticipated consequences, the outcomes not intended when enacting a policy. One such unintended effect of my… read more