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Center on Wealth and Philanthropy — Boston College
A multidisciplinary research center specializing in the study of spirituality, wealth, philanthropy, and other aspects of cultural life in an age of affluence

Charity Navigator
Your guide to intelligent giving

Donors Forum of Chicago
The Chicago region's premier resource for leadership, education, research, and action on behalf of philanthropy and nonprofits

Family First
Their mission is to strengthen the family by establishing family as a top priority in people's lives and by promoting principles for building marriages and raising children. Includes All Pro Dad, iMom and Family Minute

The Foundation for a Better Life
Its mission is to encourage adherence to a set of quality values through personal accountability and by raising the level of expectations of performance of all individuals regardless of religion or race

The Generosity Game
A fun way to make generosity contagious
BBB Wise Giving Alliance
International nonprofit organization provides resources for living in the gentle power of gratefulness, which restores courage, reconciles relationships, and heals our Earth
Connecting people with nonprofit information

Brings diverse, international voices to the world -- reminding us that people are good, that individuals and individual action matter

More on Generosity
“Generosity is not solely based on one's economic status, but instead, includes the individual's pure intentions of looking out for society's common good and giving from the heart.”

National Center for Family Philanthropy
The mission of the National Center for Family Philanthropy is to promote philanthropic values, vision, and excellence across generations of donors and donor families.