Dr. Bruce Chernof, President of the SCAN Foundation, cuts through the jargon and makes the case for older people as people who are looking for choice and dignity as they age.
(HARTFORD, CT) As recently as 2010, 14 percent of Connecticut’s population was age 65 or older. By 2025, that percentage will increase to 20 percent, and will continue to climb. The implications of a larger, older population on the state’s economy and a range of services present both challenges and opportunities for the state.
HistPhil.org is a new blog on the history of the philanthropic and nonprofit sectors, with a particular emphasis on how history can shed light on contemporary philanthropic issues and practice. The blog aims to bring together scholars, foundation leaders, and philanthropists in common dialogue on the past, present, and future of philanthropy.
This blog post by Emily Ladau, writer, disability rights activist, and owner of Social Justice Media Services, helps employees and employers navigate disability disclosure with fairness and finesse. This post first appeared on Six By ’15 and was reposted on the D5 Coalition Blog.
ACCP's August 2018 Blog Post about the History of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).