Less religous & impact: Same cause, different way? Blog #5

Will the next generation give to the same causes as the previous generation? Do charities have to change their strategies in order to stay in the game? These are two important questions. If the target group changes, so should the organization. Right? Yes, probably but in which way? Change is complex and let's be honest … Continue reading Less religous & impact: Same cause, different way? Blog #5

Dag van de Filantropie 2018 (NL)

De dag van de filantropie 2018 was zeker interessant en inspirerend. Wat kan filantropie betekenen voor het onderwijs? Een zeer belangrijke vraag. Veel belangrijker dan de meeste mensen denken. Onderwijs en onderzoek is niet bepaald een populaire geef categorie. Mogelijk omdat mensen het zien als een overheidstaak. Ja, de overheid is verantwoordelijk voor het financieren … Continue reading Dag van de Filantropie 2018 (NL)

The 3 basics of philanthropy Blog#3

What does a donor need? In order to answer this question we considered the importance of efficacy and quality singels. But maybe I forgot an essential step: the three basics of philanthropy. In order for a donor to care about philanthropy they should know what it is. Do they?  Hé! Each month I will upload a … Continue reading The 3 basics of philanthropy Blog#3

VLOG#5: de 3 basics van filantropie (NL)

De week van de filantropie 2018 is begonnen  Maar wat is filantropie nou eigenlijk? Dat en meer leg ik uit in mijn nieuwste Vlog (vlog#5). Veel kijk plezier! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TRs0noosMCY&t=120s Ik merk dat veel mensen moeite hebben met het woord filantropie, wat jammer is aangezien iedereen wel eens in contact is geweest met en afhankelijk is van … Continue reading VLOG#5: de 3 basics van filantropie (NL)

A changing donor: we need them but what do they need? Blog #1

It is obvious that charities need donors, but it is less clear what donors need? This is an important question, since philanthropy is changing and with it the donors. Today’s generation of givers is less religious, less prosocial but higher educated. What do these donors expect from charities before and after they made a donation? Hé! … Continue reading A changing donor: we need them but what do they need? Blog #1

NEW blog series: A changing donor?

Hé! Each month I will upload a new blog series. Each series will have one central subject. The subject of this month, April 2018, is ‘a changing donor’. The subject of last month was 'crowdfunding for science', for a summary click here. A series consists out of several separate blogs, which will be uploaded weekly and … Continue reading NEW blog series: A changing donor?

UPCOMING! Monthly blog series

Hé! Each month I will upload a new blog series. Each series will have one central subject. For instance, the subject of March is ‘crowdfunding for science and Universities’. A series consists out of several separate blogs, which will be uploaded weekly and shared via Twitter (@PSCVTeunenbroek) and LinkedIn. The first blog of the ‘crowdfunding … Continue reading UPCOMING! Monthly blog series

Crowdfunding for the Dutch cultural sector

Do you want to know more about crowdfunding and the advantages of crowdfunding? Read the 'Crowdfunding to fetch our T.Rex' blog. For a quick overview of crowdfunding: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iSFc2kfYKS0  Crowdfunding for the cultural sector in the Netherlands In the Netherlands it is not uncommon or new for the cultural sector to turn towards philanthropy as a method … Continue reading Crowdfunding for the Dutch cultural sector

Making orange juice from lemons

Making orange juice from lemons: Challenges for the Dutch philanthropic sector and the possibilities of crowdfunding   Keywords: Dutch cultural sector, crowdfunding, philanthropy, social information, Dutch donors.   Aim of this chapter. Instead of taking the readers by the hand and running them down the hill, I want to lead them along the different topics … Continue reading Making orange juice from lemons