List of Exhibits.
About the Authors.
About the Contributors.
Preface: The Defining Legacy of Our Generation.
Introduction: Being All That We Can Be.
Section One The Causes: Social and Economic Pressures.
Forming the New World.
Demographic Trends: America the Old.
Ethnic Philanthropy in the Face of Major Demographic Change in the Twenty-First Century.
Women and the Wealth Transfer.
Philanthropy with Less Than Nine Zeros: The Philanthropic Participation of the Middle Class and the Next Generations.
The Next Generation Takes the Controls: Philanthropic, Structural and Investment Considerations for Establishing Foundations for the Wealthy Individual.
The Evolution of the Tactical Philanthropist.
It Really Is a Small World after All: Globalization and Philanthropy.
Section Two The Effects: The New World Meets the Old Ways.
Listening to the Critics: Who Is Actually Transferring What?
Family Foundation Formation.
The Rise of Donor Advised Funds.
New Philanthropy Has Arrived—Now What?
Work for a Giving: Anticipating the Future of Corporate Employee Involvement Programs.
Planned Giving: Risks and Rewards in a Competitive Marketplace.
The Inf luence of Women Philanthropists.
The Nonprof it as a Business Enterprise: Adapting to the Expanding Philanthropic Market.
Philanthropic Solutions: Better Capacity for More Complex Times.
Technology Ascendant: Connecting the Philanthropist with Philanthropy.
Section Three The Impacts: Shifts, Adjustments, and Realignments.
Expansion of the Nonprof it Sector: Bigger, for Sure.
But Is That Better?
Flexing Economic Muscles: The Nonprof it Sector and Economic Growth.
Committees of Discernment: A Strategy for a Shared Vision for Philanthropy.
Markets for International Development.
Analysis of Philanthropy for Science and Technology Part I: Pasteur’s Quadrant.
Analysis of Philanthropy for Science and Technology Part II: Opportunities in Funding Science and Technology.
When Philanthropy Isn’t Just About Philanthropy: Cause-Related Marketing and Cause-Branding.
Going to Scale: Realizing the Potential of the New Philanthropy.
Private Philanthropy and Government: Friends or Foes?
The Political Dimensions of Change: Philanthropy as Power in the Corridors of Foreign Policy.
Section Four The Reactions: New Rules for a New World.
The Tax Man Cometh: Should Nonprof its Pay?
We the People: Public Trust and Expectations.
American Philanthropy and the Drive for Results: A Plea from the World of Ideas.
When Charities Behave Badly: State Attorneys General on the Case.
Money Moves on the Nonprof it Dance Floor: The Consequences of a Faster Tempo.