Millennials prefer to use their personal skills when giving to charity, according to a new report.
It's Not All About Me: The "Me Generation" actually looks outward rather than inward, the study suggests. Millennials rely
My niece Sarah is one of the do-gooders with an entrepreneurial bent who's blurring nonprofit and for-profit activities. Through
When millennials -- rich with creative talent -- exercise their skills to further a cause they care about, they are not only contributing social impact, but they are developing their own skills and portfolios. It's not selfish. It's philanthropy 2.0.
Scott Harrison understands what young people like. As a former nightclub promoter in New York City, he openly admits that
Though Millennials are keen on contributing, they’re not just giving blindly. According to the study, this generation wants