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August, 2018

Student loan forgiveness: With work it could happen

By Lynn Sygiel, editor, Charitable Advisors The topic comes up frequently. Just about every election cycle, candidates talk about the spiraling cost of higher education. According to 2017-18 figures provided by the nonprofit organization College Board, the average total cost to attend a four-year state college or university is $25,290. The price tag for a […]

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The right conversations benefits donors and fundraisers

By Abby Rolland, Content Coordinator, and Andrea Pactor, Interim Director – Women’s Philanthropy Institute, The Lilly Family School of Philanthropy   You’re a new professional in the nonprofit field. You’re just starting in your career, and you want to learn more. You’re a seasoned fundraiser, but you continually find ways to sharpen your knowledge about […]

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Losing our edge: What could the for-profit’s sectors purpose benefit mean for the nonprofit workforce?

By Bryan Orander, president, Charitable Advisors   If you have been part of the nonprofit sector for more than a few years, you have been in conversations about the natural advantage that nonprofits have in attracting purpose-driven staff and volunteers. In fact, nonprofit board and staff leaders often view this “purpose benefit” as a trade-off […]

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Mays Family Institute advances deep convictions

By Lynn Sygiel, editor, Charitable Advisors In December of 2014, Bill Mays’ obituary lauded his entrepreneurial savvy and financial skills. Not only had the Indianapolis businessman run successful companies, but he had supported over 100 others by sharing his time, talent and treasures. These weren’t his only accomplishments – he and his wife, Rose, were […]

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