The Philanthropy Roundtable’s vision is to build and sustain a vibrant American philanthropic movement that strengthens our free society.

A Boon for Charitable Giving Is Being Threatened by Congress

Personal charitable giving accounts — or donor-advised funds — are the latest innovation in American philanthropy that is keeping thousands of small nonprofits across the country alive today.

Let’s Get Technical: Education that Puts America to Work

Join us on April 28 at 2 p.m. ET to learn about three very different approaches to technical and trade skills education.

Can we talk about it? with Debi Ghate

On March 26, 2021 the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit ruled in favor of Philosophy Professor Nicholas Meriwether in the case of Meriwether v. Trustees of Shawnee State University. Joining Debi Ghate, Nicholas and attorney Tyson Langhofer discuss the ideological implications of a pronoun, freedom of religion and free speech and the very purpose of the university in this week’s episode.

Jeremy Kraut-Ordover

“Donor-advised funds will continue to grow and they should: they serve an important purpose in creating the opportunity for longevity in philanthropic relationships.”

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Announcing The Philanthropy Roundtable's Donor Intent Hub

The Donor Intent Hub encourages donors to think carefully about how they deploy their gifts, and provides them with useful guidelines for making sure their philanthropy accomplishes the good they intend.

Reducing Polarization: What Is Philanthropy’s Role?

The Philanthropy Roundtable hosted the founders of three philanthropically supported groups with distinct approaches to reducing polarization.






Protecting Your Legacy

A Wise Giver’s Guide to Honoring and Preserving Donor Intent

Philanthropy Magazine

Fall 2020

Philanthropy meets America's identity crisis.

The Almanac


A compendium of the Great Donors, Great Achievements, Great Ideas, and Latest Facts on private giving in the U.S.