How More Women Can Become Philanthropists
by Kerry Hannon
Women and Wealth: This Could Be the Beginning of a Beautiful Friendship
by Shannon McBeen"Krotz recommends seven steps that aim to address the most common issues women face when tackling money and the myriad complex emotions that come with it – including power, wealth, loss, fear and control."
Give Like You Mean It
by Pam Losefsky
by Stephanie ElieA social entrepreneurship based in New York, the Women’s Giving Institute is dedicated to educating women and families about money and philanthropy. The Institute provides the strategic tools, programs and community that inspire women to change the future. AllBusiness.com
Small Business Giving: How To Check Out a Charity
by T.J. McCueAs year end approaches, many small business owners (and individuals) give to charities. I had a brief conversation with expert Joanna L. Krotz who directs the Women’s Giving Institute, a social entrepreneurship that educates women and families about money and philanthropy, and the author of "The Guide to Intelligent Giving," a handbook for making a difference. You can visit her site here. She shares some tips on how to decide which organizations are worthy of a charitable donation.
NY Charity Examiner
During the Holidays, Give Your Kids the Gift of Giving
by Mark Stubis...
Here are five simple tips for parents on how to build a sense of philanthropy in children by Joanna L. Krotz,
director of the Women’s Giving Institute, and author of “The Guide to Intelligent Giving”:
* Model the behavior you want to see.
* Let kids make their own decisions.
* Involve children early.
* Encourage kids to save and donate money from their allowances.
* Adjust your expectations to their age. Business Insider
Women Entrepreneurs -- Stop Blaming Men For Your Problems
by Alyson Shontell
In an article from Microsoft Business, Joanna L. Krotz writes:
"We're now experiencing the first generation or so of widespread success for women-owned businesses. That means the been-there/done-that part of the mentor equation isn't as deep or wide for women as it is for men. That holds true for mentors and entrepreneurs alike."Foundation Center Philanthropy Annual Review
"...addresses issues from the pros and cons of creating a family foundation
and how to set one up, to engaging chldren in philanthropy and building a
philanthropic legacy with them, to new ways of giving. The book's topical
format allows the reader to easily turn to a particular area of interest..."
The Women's Funding Network
A Plea to the $100-Million Mystery Donor
By: Joanna L. Krotz
Source: The Chronicle of Philanthropy Op-Ed
Women's Philanthropy Institute, University of Indiana
Women's Philanthropy on Campus: A Handbook for Working with Women Donors
"...Joanna Krotz speculated that the anonymous $100 million donor to colleges and universities was a woman. (Krotz, Chronicle of Philanthropy , June 4, 2009).
The Issue: NPower's Philanthropy Challenge
By Rebecca Reisner
"It's a bad time to be a philanthropic organization," says Joanna Krotz, a New York City consultant who speaks and writes about philanthropy and is the author of "The Guide to Intelligent Giving." "Giving declined in 2009, and everyone I talk to thinks 2010 is going to be worse."The Chronicle of Philanthropy
How Donors Can Make Smart Giving Choices
By Caroline Bermudez
This book is a how-to guide for donors.....Ms. Krotz speaks to the philanthropists Doris Buffett, Jeff Skoll, and others about their foundations and what motivates their giving. She advises those who wish to conduct their own grant making to support grantees for an extended period of time.