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OSU, T. Boone Pickens tangle with Lincoln National

February 14, 2010

Oklahoma State University's athletic fund and Lincoln National Life Insurance Co. are embroiled in a legal flap over a failed funding plan for charitable insurance. Last month, the athletic fund, Cowboy Athletics Inc., along with oil-and-gas...

Oklahoma State U., T. Boone Pickens tangle with Lincoln National

February 8, 2010

Oklahoma State University’s athletic fund and Lincoln National Life Insurance Co. are embroiled in a legal flap over a failed charitable-insurance-funding plan. Last month, the athletic fund, Cowboy Athletics Inc., along with oil-and-gas magnate...

Amid flood of donor-fund assets for Haiti, a plea to stay the course

January 24, 2010

Wealthy individuals have been directing their donor-advised funds to contribute to Haiti relief efforts, and advisers are meeting with clients to help them set up long-term plans to aid the stricken nation. Through Friday, the Fidelity Charitable...

Life insurers join Haiti aid effort

January 18, 2010

Two major life insurers are providing disaster relief to Haiti by making donations to the earthquake-ravaged republic. New York Life Insurance Co. today said it will donate $100,000 toward relief efforts in Haiti, giving the money to the American...

Reaching out to Haiti

January 18, 2010

Over the weekend, my daughter asked me what our family was going to do to help Haiti. She had seen the photos and television coverage of the devastation and was moved by the faces of the families and children facing so much hardship and uncertainty....

Financial firms, advisers join effort to help Haiti

January 15, 2010

Both large and small financial services firms joined the worldwide effort to relieve the suffering caused by the earthquake in Haiti. Independent financial advisers contacted clients through e-mails and tweets late last week, offering suggestions...

Despite tough economy, advisers are still giving

January 3, 2010

As soon as he heard that 13-year-old Margaret Hurt was in danger of losing the horse she had been riding since becoming sick with leukemia two years ago, Preston Byers agreed to donate $6,000 to help her buy Hoochie. “Every kid dreams of having...

Bob Dylan teams with donor-advised fund to fight hunger

December 15, 2009

The spiritual message of Bob Dylan’s soulful ditty about fate and consequences, “Gotta Serve Somebody,” is taking on a more down-to-earth meaning this year. Using a donor-advised fund, Mr. Dylan’s record label, Columbia/Epic, is channeling...

JPMorgan to donate $5M via Facebook

November 18, 2009

JPMorgan Chase is letting Facebook users help decide how to give away $5 million. The idea is to get small, local charities on Chase's radar. The "Chase Community Giving" will let Facebook users choose from more than half a million charities...

Madoff trustee seeks $7B from Fla. philanthropist

October 1, 2009

A trustee trying to recover Bernard Madoff's assets for jilted investors now says a Florida philanthropist should return $7 billion that he received from Madoff. That's $2 billion more than the trustee said Jeffry M. Picower should return when...

Schwab program targets private foundations

September 13, 2009

Schwab Charitable Fund today launched a service that helps organizations determine if they want to convert from a private foundation to a donor-advised fund. The Private Foundation Conversion Service was designed to help financial advisers who...

Schwab Charitable adds funds, open architecture

August 7, 2009

Investors in the Schwab Charitable Fund national donor-advised offering now have more investment choices. The fund from the San Francisco-based Charles Schwab Corp. yesterday announced the additions of four new options and an array of new underlying...

Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund reduces minimum to $250,000

June 22, 2009

The Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund today announced that its board has voted to reduce the minimum-asset requirement for its Charitable Investment Advisor Program. The move establishes a minimum of $250,000, which was reduced from $1 million....

Charitable giving declines for first time in 22 years, survey shows

June 10, 2009

Charitable giving last year experienced its first decline since 1987, the Giving USA Foundation reported today. Donations to charities totaled an estimated $307.6 billion in 2008, down from $314.1 billion in 2007, representing about a 2% drop...

PAN-ning for philanthropists' gold

June 7, 2009

Financial advisers across the country are creating networking organizations dubbed philanthropic advisers networks, or PANs, with the mission of helping advisers collaborate locally and also interact with philanthropists. The first organization,...

When it comes to giving, high-income women are in the driver’s seat

May 19, 2009

High-income women are the main drivers of philanthropy in their households, according to research released today by the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund, a charitable-donor-advised-fund program established by Fidelity Investments. Charitable giving...

Non-profits fear charitable giving will be cut by more than 10%

May 11, 2009

Corporate giving is expected to decline this year, according to a survey released today by The Foundation Center, a New York-based nonprofit service research organization that focuses on philanthropy. A full 51% of the 109 corporation foundations...

New York philanthropic network links advisers

May 11, 2009

A newly formed organization, Metro-New York Philanthropic Advisors Network, has been developed for advisers, other financial leaders and high-net-worth clients to network and share stories about philanthropic giving. The organization is modeled...

Online giving making gains, but at a slower pace

May 5, 2009

While charitable giving using the Internet continues to rise, the pace is slowing down due to the recession, according to a survey published yesterday by The Chronicle of Philanthropy. In its annual survey, including 203 non-profit organizations,...

Gloomy forecast for foundation giving

March 31, 2009

Foundation giving went up in 2008, but is expected to decline this year, according to a survey released today by the Foundation Center. Foundations increased giving by 2.8% last year to an estimated $45.6 billion, reported the New York-based...

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