Inyathelo's Blogspot

24October

You don't have to be rich to be a philanthropist

You don't have to be rich to be a philanthropist

Today's trend in philanthropy is to think less about the size of the gift and more about the impact. Since 2007 the Inyathelo Philanthropy Awards has been putting a spotlight on South Africans who have worked to better their communities with their targeted, thoughtful philanthropic efforts.

20October

RIP Gerald Kraak of The Atlantic Philanthropies

RIP Gerald Kraak of The Atlantic Philanthropies

Inyathelo mourns the passing of Gerald Kraak, Head of the South African office of The Atlantic Philanthropies.

16October

Private funding will help to keep democracy alive. By Shelagh Gastrow - Business Report

Private funding will help to keep democracy alive. By Shelagh Gastrow - Business Report

PHILANTHROPY AND LITIGATION

The key difference between private philanthropic funding and money coming from the government or the corporate sector is the issue of accountability. Mark Shuttleworth is putting money into defending constitutional rights in Africa.

13October

Commercial office space to rent in Woodstock

Commercial office space to rent in Woodstock

Inyathelo is moving to new premises at the end of November so we are looking for tenants to take up the lease on our current offices on the 2nd Floor of Fairweather House in Woodstock, Cape Town. 

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08October

CAF produces Guide to Savvy Giving Infographic

CAF produces Guide to Savvy Giving Infographic

Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) devised a simple decision tree to guide donors into making charitable contributions in a way that best suits them.

 

08October

What do ice-buckets have to do with fundraising?

What do ice-buckets have to do with fundraising?

The #IceBucketChallenge has taken social media and the fundraising world by storm over the past few months. What can we learn from this highly successful viral campaign?

Guest blog post by Ruendree Govinder, founder of the Nonprofit Network and Online Media Consultant for Inyathelo.

03October

Call for Comment: DTI proposes cap on SA Lotteries funding

Call for Comment: DTI proposes cap on SA Lotteries funding

The Department of Trade and Industry announced proposed amendments to the National Lotteries regulations that would set funding caps for potential beneficiaries.

 

30September

Call for nominations for NDA Board, deadline 07 November

Call for nominations for NDA Board, deadline 07 November

The Director General of the Department of Social Development invites applications from suitably qualified persons for service as members of the Board of the National Development Agency.

26September

LIIF Launches Social Impact Calculator Tool

LIIF Launches Social Impact Calculator Tool

The Social Impact Calculator is a first-of-its-kind digital tool that allows users to measure the social impact of community investments. It's created quite a buzz in the non-profit sector. Tweets announcing its launch have gone viral over the last couple of weeks.

23September

Demystifying Monitoring and Evaluation

Demystifying Monitoring and Evaluation

Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E), observing and recording the activities associated a programme then evaluating its effectivenss, is inteigal part of what we as NPOs do. We need M&E to report back (and hopefully brag) to donors, stakeholders and clients. Why then do we dread it so? The September “Get Resourceful” session attempted make M&E a little less intimidating.

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