Giving Compass’ Take:
• Kelsey Piper at Vox makes the case that if you want to do good, it’s probably a good idea to donate regularly.
• How can you improve the equity of your donations?
If you want to donate to charity, should you go out and pick an organization today? Or should you wait, save your money, and leave it to charity in your will (or at least donate it down the road)?
There’s a case for either of these approaches. To some extent, the answer depends on what you think the highest priorities for donation are — and whether you think you’ll be a more informed donor later in your life.
On the whole, though, close observers of the nonprofit world tend to think that donating your money now is likely to achieve more good in the world than saving it up to donate after you die. That’s because donations now can, in some senses, make the donor better at doing good, and because history suggests that many of the best giving opportunities out there aren’t going to be around in 10 years — let alone in 50.
Read the full article about #GivingTuesday by Kelsey Piper at Vox.
Learning Networks and Organizations is a complex topic, and others found these selections from the Impact Giving archive from Giving Compass to be good resources.
Looking for a way to get involved?
If you are looking for opportunities to learn and connect with others interested in the topic of Learning Networks and Organizations, take a look at these events, galas, conferences and volunteering opportunities aggregated by Giving Compass.
Are you ready to give?
If you are ready to take action and invest in causes for Learning Networks and Organizations, check out these Giving Funds, Charitable Organizations and Projects related to Learning Networks and Organizations.