Donors Forum is preparing nonprofit and foundation members for a tough budget session this year, in response to Gov. Bruce Rauner’s newly announced budget.
The Donors Forum Library has joined thousands of libraries worldwide that curate and share information through LibGuides -- online resource guides on a variety of topics.
Steven McCullough, Vice President of Community Partnerships at the Greater Chicago Food Depository, speaks with the Social Enterprise Initiative at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business on leveraging networks.
At our January Summit, 150 Superheroes (a.k.a. Donors Forum Members) took the next step forward on five of our Strategic Initiatives.
Are we seeing a shift in public sentiment about philanthropy? Is a more critical tone emerging? Can we do more to promote its value to society?
Heather Peeler at Grants Managers Network discusses what information can help us best understand the impact of a grantee or potential grantee, and how we can ensure grant dollars go to the most effective grantees.
More than 600 Illinois nonprofits signed up to participate in #ILGiveBig, and raised a whopping $3.7 million -- in one day!
This year's conference is designed to speak to all levels of board experience, from long-time members to board presidents to those just joining boards for the first time.
Donors Forum is mobilizing around protecting state funding, and one of the first steps is to take a formal position on the 2015 Illinois state budget.
Enacted in both Illinois and Chicago, these laws restrict an employer’s ability to inquire into an applicant’s criminal history.