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Hispanic Philanthropy: Exploring the Factors That Influence Giving and Asking: New Directions for Philanthropic Fundraising, Number 24

Hispanic Philanthropy: Exploring the Factors That Influence Giving and Asking: New Directions for Philanthropic Fundraising, Number 24

ISBN: 978-0-787-94862-7

Oct 1999, Jossey-Bass

119 pages

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Until recently, organized philanthropy in the United States has largely ignored Hispanic population groups, due to language and cultural barriers. In this issue of New Directions for Philanthropic Fundraising, the authors report on research conducted with leading Hispanic philanthropists, fundraising professionals, and nonprofit executives about the current status of giving and asking in Hispanic American communities and their attitudes and beliefs about philanthropy. Chapters examine the effect of education and religion on Hispanic philanthropy; describe the development, implementation, and results of a fundraising training program conducted in Hispanic nonprofits; and illustrate how Hispanic women are transforming the nonprofit sector and philanthropy.

This is the 24th issue of the quarterly journal New Directions for Philanthropic Fundraising.

1. From personal charity to organized giving: Hispanic institutions and values of stewardship and philanthropy(Anya Peterson Royce, Ricardo Rodriguez)
2. Do Hispanic nonprofits foster Hispanic philanthropy?(Michael Cortes)
3. Education and Hispanic philanthropy: Family, sacrifice, and community(Charles G. Rodriguez)
4. Religion, philanthropy, and the Hispanic people in North America(Jesse Miranda)
5. Hispanic women: Nurturing tomorrow's philanthropy (Olga Villa Parra)
6. The effectiveness of fundraising training in Hispanic religious organizations(Lilya Wagner, Cheryl Hall-Russell)
7. Additional readings(Susan Haber)