Browsing Lilly Family School of Philanthropy by Title

Browsing Lilly Family School of Philanthropy by Title

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  • Mesch, Debra; Osili, Una; Ackerman, Jacqueline; Dale, Elizabeth (2015-09)
    This study seeks to explore gender differences in the purpose and motivations for charitable giving. We analyze new waves of data from the Philanthropy Panel Study, the Bank of America/U.S. Trust Studies of High Net Worth ...
  • Rooney, Patrick; Mesch, Debra; Brown, Eleanor (7/26/2007)
    Using data from the Center on Philanthropy Panel Study and the Panel Study on Income Dynamics, we analyzed whether husbands or wives were more likely to determine whether and how much money to donate to educational ...
  • Mesch, Debra (2009)
    Over the past 30 years, women have emerged on the philanthropic landscape as a visible and bold presence. They are changing the face of philanthropy and are transforming society around the world. Today’s reality is that ...
  • Mesch, Debra; Pactor, Andrea (2012)
    An accumulating body of demographic data and research suggests that women’s philanthropy is one of the key developments in philanthropy globally, one which has the potential to transform how philanthropy is practiced in ...
  • Unknown author (2005)
  • Mesch, Debra (2010-10)
    A growing body of research on charitable giving trends shows that women play a distinct and powerful role in philanthropy. The findings that tend to receive the most attention, however, focus on increased giving by affluent ...
  • Mesch, Debra (2012-08)
    Women Give 2012 focuses on the effect of age and gender on charitable giving, with a spotlight on giving by Baby Boomers (born between 1946 and 1964) and older Americans.
  • Mesch, Debra; Osili, Una (2013)
    Women Give 2013, New Research on Charitable Giving by Girls and Boys, offers empirically based evidence to guide parents on their journeys to raise charitable children. Discussions about how parents can raise charitable ...
  • Mesch, Debra; Ottoni-Wilhelm, Mark; Osili, Una (2014)
    In America today fewer individuals are affiliating with organized religion; in fact, one-third of Americans under 30 have no religious affiliation. For those concerned that the falling rate of religious affiliation will ...
  • Mesch, Debra; Ottoni-Wilhelm, Mark; Osili, Una; Han, Xiao; Pactor, Andrea (2015-11-10)
    Women Give 2015 investigates whether the sex of a first-born child affects parents’ charitable giving. Generosity is learned by people as they relate to others in schools, community settings, religious organizations, and ...
  • Mesch, Debra; Ottoni-Wilhelm, Mark; Osili, Una; Han, Xiao; Pactor, Andrea; Ackerman, Jacqueline; Tolley, Kathryn (2016-11-15)
    Women Give 2016 investigates whether generational shifts in charitable giving intersect with women’s changing decision-making roles within families. Earlier this year, the U.S. Census Bureau released new estimates indicating ...
  • Mesch, Debra; Osili, Una; Okten, Cagla; Han, Xiao; Pactor, Andrea; Ackerman, Jacqueline (2017-10-17)
    “What makes us happy?” This question has been posed for centuries, starting with the ancient Greek philosophers and persisting with today’s celebrities, researchers, and the media. Research has shown a link between life ...
  • Mesch, Debra; Wilhelm, Mark Ottoni; Osili, Una; Bergdoll, Jonathan; Han, Xiao; Pactor, Andrea; Ackerman, Jacqueline (2018-03-13)
    Women Give 2018 asks how parents transmit generosity to their children and whether this differs for sons and daughters. The study first explores the linkage between whether parents give to charitable organizations and ...
  • Unknown author (2014)
    #WomenLeading Philanthropy brings together past, present, and future leaders of women’s philanthropy.
  • Unknown author (2011)
    Research has demonstrated that gender matters in philanthropy. Our research colleagues and partners worldwide are finding this is true around the globe. Presenters at “Women World Wide Leading through Philanthropy” will ...
  • Shaw-Hardy, Sondra (2009-08)
    This narrative shares the stories of the women founders of giving circles. The majority of the first giving circles were created by women for women members. Though giving circles are now popular among both genders, women ...
  • Women's Philanthropy Institute (2013)
  • Women's Philanthropy Institute (2009-12)
    This handbook is designed to help college and university development leadership and staff think strategically about engaging all alumni and prospective donors in the mission of the institution. Over the last 30 years ...

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