We Are Passionate About Nonprofits

They embody our best spirit and values, and infuse our communities with far-reaching benefits.  They heal, educate, shelter, protect, and nurture our humanity. And nothing drives us more at Innovative Resources Group than building on this power to affect change, improve lives, and influence public policy.

We're celebrating 22 years of strengthening a wide range of nonprofit organizations, enhancing their ability to achieve vital missions and to sustain this achievement over time. We call this “capacity building,” and never in history has the need for nonprofit capacity building and organizational effectiveness been more essential than right now. 

In 2013, individual donors gave 72 percent of the record $335.17 billion given. We believe this is because nonprofits are the face of our community, champions of the common good. Donors and volunteers want to make a difference. WE DO TOO.

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NEWS! about philanthropy and nonprofit advancement.

Conference to Debate Whether Current Charity Rules Promote the Public Good

Ray Madoff, a law professor at Boston College, says many people are frustrated by the way Congress sidesteps critical questions when it discusses philanthropy—for example, what makes an organization "charitable," should universities be required to spend more of their endowments, and should donor-advised funds grant money to charities in a timely way?

Thanks partly to the nonprofit trade associations that push the subject, lawmakers have in recent years mainly debated White House proposals to limit the value of the charitable deduction for wealthy people.

But Ms. Madoff says she and others would like to widen the conversation, so she and two Boston College colleagues helped organize a conference later this month to bring together scholars, philanthropic leaders, and others to consider whether Congress should pass new laws to help charities.