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Latest Nevada Philanthropy Feature
Industry Focus: Philanthropy
By Nevada Business Magazine
Originally published: http://www.nevadabusiness.com/2017/01/industry-focus-philanthropy-3/
As a new administration assumes leadership, non profits across the state brace for changes. From funding challenges to community engagement efforts, leaders of non profits recognize a need for flexibility in their operations moving forward. Recently, a group of non profit executives met to discuss the issues their industry faces and the state of the non profit industry.
The meeting was held at the Las Vegas Offices of City National Bank and Connie Brennan, publisher and CEO of Nevada Business Magazine, served as moderator for the event. These monthly meetings are designed to bring leaders together to discuss issues relevant to their industries. Following is a condensed version of the roundtable discussion. [Read the full story.]
Recent Nevada Philanthropy Features
Corporate Philanthropy: The Gift that Keeps on Giving
When Alexander Graham Bell, the founder of the Bell Telephone Company (now AT&T), embarked on a mission to teach speech and lip-reading to deaf people in the late 1800s, he helped sow the seeds of present day corporate philanthropy. Along with other business leaders of his day, such as J. P. Morgan and Henry Ford, Bell blended the idea of corporate citizenship with successful business acumen. [Read More]
Nevada Philanthropy Resources
Nevada Gives: With a mission to raise awareness of and increase charitable giving in Nevada.
Community Foundation of Western Nevada: With a mission to To strengthen our community through philanthropy and leadership by connecting people who care with causes that matter.
Nevada Women's Philanthropy: Nevada Women's Philanthropy (NWP) is a member driven, pooled fund, large impact grant making organization established to address the needs of the greater Las Vegas community.