Opportunity Even in Recession to Grow Donations

By Casey Pechan on 11/07/2019

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Consumers Care – Corporate Giving is Proof

By Casey Pechan on 10/18/2019

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Only 1.6% of giving goes to women's and girls' causes. Grants funders can change this.

By Jill Richards on 10/14/2019

Recently, there’s been a lot of discussion of gender and women’s issues in society and in philanthropy. In fact many foundations are working earnestly to support gender, equity, and inclusion practices and causes – both internally and with their grantmaking. But as a recent study by the Women’s Philanthropy Institute, Women & Girls Index: Measuring Giving to Women’s and Girls’ Causes shows, there is still more opportunity for us to work to champion these causes. 

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Meet the Community of Grantmakers Connecting for Impact

By Shawn Garrison on 08/09/2019

Many of you know all about it but for those of you who don’t, I’d like to introduce you to a fantastic asset for Fluxx Grantmaker clients… the Fluxx Grantmaker Community. The community is an online resource where Fluxx Grantmaker users can interact and share, explore ideas, learn best practices and more from one another. The Grantmaker Community is an important part of our commitment to building not just great grants management solutions, but also a community of philanthropists that connect with and learn from each other on multiple levels.

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2019 Giving USA Report: Uptick in Foundation Giving

By Jill Richards on 07/11/2019

Giving USA may have said it best in their press release for the latest 2019 report: it was a “complex year for charitable giving.” Philanthropists across the country immediately pounced on that language (and the data that followed), and soon the think pieces began to spread. Individual giving was down, other giving was up. And most importantly, the need for giving certainly hasn't diminished but influences like tax law changes and political and economic uncertainty are reshaping giving trends.

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Opportunity Zones: Where Collaboration and Community Meet

By Madeline Duva on 06/20/2019

We’ve written about this before but it bears repeating: collaboration is critical to the success of philanthropy. Not only is collaboration a core pillar of the philanthropic space – but true collaboration – the kind we see when our clients pool their grants to tackle a growing and serious issue, can result in life-changing impact.

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It's Time to Scale Your Grantmaking

By Jill Richards on 04/12/2019

The key to lasting impact is the ability to scale and adapt. When you’re able to share, reproduce, and generate impact beyond your original reach – everyone benefits! A key way to truly scale is with technology. A robust grants management platform brings with it automation and efficiency – saving foundations from having to overhire in order to meet their needs or overburden their current employees. Not to mention how much easier tax season becomes when data is centralized, safe, and easily referenceable.

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At Fluxx Diversity is More Than a Buzzword

By Jess Forster on 03/21/2019

It’s no secret that the tech industry has a diversity issue. As CNET’s Erin Carson reports, “the number of women and minorities at technology firms has changed little. Sometimes the numbers stay flat: From 2016 to 2017 Apple stayed at 32 percent women. Sometimes they fall backward: In 2016, Microsoft lost a percentage point.”

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Meet With Fluxx at PEAK and NTEN!

By Newsroom on 03/08/2019

The PEAK 2019 Annual Conference is next week, and so is the 2019 Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTEN)! We’re thrilled to be exhibiting at both events this year and there's plenty of exciting ways for you to connect with us. See below for details about each event, the solutions we plan to show you, and the fun giveaways we will be offering!

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How Tech Connects Philanthropy for Better Giving & Impact

By Kerrin Mitchell on 02/11/2019

Philanthropy is a cooperative market. Its constituents work to unite funds and policies in order to meet common economic, social, and cultural needs in our ever-changing social sector. If armed with an equal voice, both the givers and doers can inform the collective and create the most sustainable and impactful solutions to solve human problems.

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