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New Reports from the Field- January part 1

Wednesday, January 13, 2016
Check out the latest releases from around the nonprofit sector featuring reports from America's Charities, Funders Concerned About AIDS, GuideStar, Boston College for Corporate Citizenship, Exponent Philanthropy, Philanthropy Roundtable, and Youth Transition Funders Group.
 
The 2016 edition of its flagship report includes more than 60 pages of mission-critical statistics about member foundations’ boards & governance, investments, administration, and grantmaking. Available to Exponent members or available for purchase. 
 
The Almanac of American Philanthropy (Karl Zinsmeister & Philanthropy Roundtable)
This new resource chronicles the greatest achievements of American philanthropy, profiles the most influential donors, and summarizes the best ideas that have been thought, spoken, and written about charitable giving in our country. 
 
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is more than a PR exercise that makes people like your company. It is a sound business strategy that strengthens customer loyalty, increases employee satisfaction, and improves the bottom line. This resource explores the different faces of corporate social responsibility, looks at LinkedIn's overwhemingly successful CSR strategy, and defines how you can start or enhance your own CSR program.
 
A Blueprint for Youth Justice Reform (Youth Transition Funders Group)
The Blueprint for Youth Justice Reform is a call to action to funders, policymakers, community leaders, system stakeholders, advocates, youth and families to work in partnership for youth justice reform. Together, we can transform the way we respond to young people up to age 25 who are involved in or at risk of becoming involved with our nation’s juvenile and criminal justice systems.
 
The Corporate Citizen: Winter 2016 (Boston College for Corporate Citizenship) 
This issue examines how companies around the world are developing initiatives to tackle the global challenges that affect every community, advancing communities and delivering benefits to business as well. 
 
Philanthropic Support to Address HIV/AIDS in 2014 (Funders Concerned About AIDS) 
FCAA's latest report reveals that global private funding for HIV totaled US$ 618 million, an 8% increase (US$46 million) from 2013. This report intends to inform stakeholders about the overall distribution and trends of global AIDS philanthropy. 
 
Philanthropy: Winter 2016 (Philanthropy Roundtable)
The latest installment of this quarterly magazine features an extended sneak peek at The Almanac of American Philanthropy, a new national resource of philanthropy in America. It also includes a profile of a group of men and women who are changing society through courtroom challenges.  
 
For more than a decade, America’s Charities has reported on trends, attitudes and perceptions in employee workplace giving. Snapshot 2015 dives into the top trends of employee engagement and workplace giving regarding volunteerism, employee recruitment and retention strategies, leadership involvement, influence of young professionals, increasing expectations among small and mid-size companies, corporate-nonprofit alignment of goals.