Tomorrow, Lemonade Stands Nationwide Will Raise Awareness about Family Separation at The Border

Tomorrow, an organization called Lawyer Moms of America has organized lemonade stands around the country in order to draw attention to the fact that many of the families separated at the Southern border have still not been reunified.


Bay Area Nonprofit First Recipient of NoVo Grant Supporting Women, Girls of Color

The Young Women’s Freedom Center, a San Francisco-based organization leading advocacy efforts from and on behalf of low-income girls and women of color, will receive $615,000 from NoVo Foundation as part of its $90 million commitment to addressing issues affecting girls and women of color across the United States.


NYC Foster Youth Nonprofit Turns Funding Crisis into Opportunity

Celebrities Tina Fey and Jane Krakowski walked the paparazzi-lined red carpet. Lights flashed. Hundreds of well-dressed attendees filled the auditorium. Voices for the Voiceless: Stars For Foster Kids, a 2015 Broadway event created to raise money for the foster youth organization You Gotta Believe, was a star-studded success, light years away from the financial turmoil that had rocked the storied New York City nonprofit only a few months earlier.


School Discipline Reform and the Role of Atlantic Philanthropies

Atlantic Philanthropies’ work in the area of school discipline reform is a particularly striking example of how limited-life philanthropy can play a key role in social movements for children and youth.


LA Seeks Child Protection Rainmaker

Elected officials, philanthropic organizations, and the new child protection office in Los Angeles County are all moving forward on a plan to put one person in charge of securing grants and donations targeted at preventing child maltreatment and improving outcomes for vulnerable children and families.


Giving Reaches All New High During 2014

Charitable giving in the United States rose by 7.1 percent last year to a new high of $358.38 billion, according to Giving USA, an annual report by the Indiana University’s Lilly Family School of Philanthropy.


    Red Nose Day’s First Trip Left of the Atlantic Yields $21 Million

    You may have been wondering why people were walking around with red clown noses a few weeks ago. If you weren’t aware, it was the first Red Nose Day here in the U.S.


    Top Youth Fundraising Predictions for 2015

    As 2015 gets well underway, we here at The Imprint have noticed some significant fundraising trends that we believe will be important to the success and longevity of your organization. From who is giving, to what they are giving and why, we will help inform your fundraising strategies for the coming year.


    Culinary Fundraiser Cooks Up Support for Renowned Advocacy Group

    At the fourth annual Culinary Inspirations fundraiser this week, 17 current and former foster youths will be paired with area chefs to benefit the oldest youth-led child welfare advocacy organization in the country.