By Sondra Shaw-Hardy,Martha A. Taylor,Buffy Beaudoin-Schwartz,Debra Mesch,Andrea Pactor
"Women and Philanthropy presents exact and significant tales of rankings of ladies philanthropists and describes how those girls are creating a distinction via giving, partnering, leveraging, position modeling, and asking, and may aid all girls on their philanthropic trip, in addition to nonprofits who're operating with girls as donors."
—Jennifer Buffett, philanthropist and president, Novo starting place, manhattan, New York
"Written for each improvement officer who desires to achieve higher perception into charitable giving via ladies, this thorough, attractive ebook makes a compelling case for the significance of enticing girls as volunteers and as donors."
—John Lippincott, president, Council for development and aid of schooling, Washington, D.C.
"With in-depth information regarding the significance of range to women's giving and the way the philanthropy of ladies has and may form the way forward for the nonprofit zone, this severely very important publication offers insightful details for donors and nonprofit leaders alike."
—Emmett D. Carson, CEO and president, Silicon Valley neighborhood origin, Mountain View, California
"Sondra, Martha, Buffy and their colleagues have led the best way in reading the function and effect of girls in giving, volunteering, and social involvement. Their most up-to-date quantity is a must-read not just for someone operating within the nonprofit region, but in addition for any donor, despite gender."
—Paulette V. Maehara, president and CEO, organization of Fundraising execs (AFP), Alexandria, Virginia
"Women and Philanthropy offers a glance at what has been, yet extra importantly, offers a street map for what's attainable for ladies as donor leaders in altering the face of philanthropy."
—Christine Grumm, president and CEO, Women's investment community, San Francisco, California
"A clever and unparalleled e-book that breaks crucial flooring on this planet of philanthropy through delving into the problems particular to women."
—Charles W. Collier, senior philanthropic consultant, Harvard college, and writer, Wealth in households, Cambridge, Massachusetts