Joanna Krotz

 

HOW TO FIND YOUR VOICE AND MAKE AN IMPACT

Giving is what women do, of course.

We nurture kids and relatives. We drop everything for friends in need. We form neighborhood associations, join walkathons, sit on school boards and give to clothing drives. Often as not, we also write charitable checks.

So what’s this all about?

Something of a revolution, really. Increasingly, women are contributing time, talent, treasure and technology at levels that move well beyond family and community.

More and more women are taking center stage and asking, “What can we do?”In the process, women are changing the face of philanthropy. They’re infusing new excitement, accountability and serious money into charitable goals and plans.

They’re also learning how to collaborate and leverage their efforts in order to have greater impact. Women now require a higher level of stimulation and satisfaction than they once got from volunteering or organizing a charity event. They’re reading P&L sheets. They’re working to make the world a better place.

If you think of society as a three-legged stool supported by the business, government and nonprofit sectors, then women have gone that long way in redefining their roles in the first two. It’s now the turn of the so-called third sector.

How did we get here? More>  

 

 

 

STRATEGIC GIVING IS A STEP-BY-STEP EDUCATION

Nobody is born being a philanthropist --

you learn by doing

 

As women flex their developing muscle and money, attention is shifting to worldwide problems that affect them intimately. Women like to be hands-on.

 

Women need to step up
“Unlike men, women don't need to be sweet-talked into supporting women's rights, they get it. Women in politics and media are starting to use their clout, but women with money haven't done that yet, and that needs to change.

Philanthropist and filmmaker Abby Disney

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