Where should you give to create impact?
Why this matters: If you are able to give during this time, it may be hard to determine which type of fund or organization. This short quiz helps you see the different options that arise after a disaster and how they benefit the community.
Why it matters: Take this 5-minute quiz to see what you know about your community.
Reflect on Your Giving
Take this 3-minute quiz to reflect on your giving!
Define your values quiz
Why it matters: Now that you've read and learned about values-driven philanthropy, take this short (~2 minute) quiz to find your top five values.
Why this matters: After reading “5 Reasons Why People Give Their Money Away”, consider your reasons. Why do you engage in philanthropy? Try to explain it in one sentence.
Reflect on your own giving strategy
Take this short (~2 minute) quiz to reflect on your own giving strategy before next month when we fully explore what philanthropy means to you.
Make your 2020 LearnGive Pledge
Now it's up to you to make your official pledge to learn something new and to give to your community. Click here to log your pledge, and next month we will share results from our entire class.
Social Justice Philanthropy: What are your thoughts?
Why it matters: Part of our learning process centers around you, our Digital Students, reflecting on our classroom materials. Take a moment (~1-2 minutes) to take this brief survey and jot down your thoughts. We will share results next week.
PhilanthroMe Quiz: Philanthropy by the Numbers
Why it matters: Philanthropy is a $410 billion industry! Test your knowledge and see how well you know the giving patterns of people across the US.
See how your giving stacks up to your peers and others across the country.
IUPUI: Generosity Map
Take a look at this interactive map that shows detailed statistics on how different demographics are giving, what causes each state is giving to, and the trends that shape how philanthropy impacts our country.
In this online community, just like a college campus, we aim to present a variety of perspectives on philanthropy.
Philanthropy is nothing if not personal. We hope you read and hear things in this community that speak to you. We equally hope you encounter perspectives that challenge yours. We’re so glad you’re here. We look forward to learning together.