The following graphs summarize fundraising results at hundreds of charitable organizations each year, surveyed first by AFP (2004-2009) and then by the Nonprofit Research Collaborative, which PPP joined in 2011.
With Congress in recess until right after Labor Day, and November’s mid-term elections soon approaching after that, now is a good time to take stock and review Congressional action on charitable giving issues thus far in 2014 and attempt to forecast what is likely to happen in Washington during the remaining months of the year before the official close of the 113th Congressional session.
2014 Council Summit
Leaders of Partnership for Philanthropic Planning member councils met in Indianapolis for the 2014 Annual Meeting & Council Summit to connect volunteers from across the nation for leadership development, council strategy and education and networking.
Indianapolis was proud to welcome council leaders from across the US for the 2014 Council Summit!
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PARTNERSHIP FOR PHILANTHROPIC PLANNING ELECTS 2015 NATIONAL BOARD MEMBERS
[INDIANAPOLIS, IN.] [June 12, 2014] The Partnership for Philanthropic Planning (PPP) has elected six at-large members for the 2015 PPP Board of Directors, who will serve three-year terms from January 2015 through December 2017.