Delivering Support to Abuse Victims in Japan

Delivering Support to Abuse Victims in Japan

In Japan, the concept of family is deeply rooted in cultural tradition. A heightened sense of loyalty pervades Japanese culture, where individuals are committed to prioritizing their family’s interest and bear the responsibility of their actions having a direct impact...
ABANTU for Development

ABANTU for Development

Across the globe, women and girls play a dominant role in areas such as health, sanitation, and caregiving for the young and elderly, work that has become known as the “care economy” and is largely unpaid and undervalued. The care economy is the backbone of the global...
Giving to India? Compliance with the Newly Amended FCRA

Giving to India? Compliance with the Newly Amended FCRA

In Brief Donors in the United States may not give directly to nonprofits located in India and receive a tax deduction in the United States. By giving through a 501(c)(3) public charity, such as CAF America, US donors can make tax effective donations to any validated...
COVID 19 and Giving Tuesday Messages From Around the World

COVID 19 and Giving Tuesday Messages From Around the World

Join Ted Hart, President & CEO of CAF America, as he chats with nonprofit leaders from Hong Kong, São Paulo, Belgium, Canada, and the United States to discuss the importance of Giving Tuesday and the effect of the Covid-19 global pandemic on their work and this...
The Fight Against Hunger in Argentina

The Fight Against Hunger in Argentina

Historically, Argentina is known for having one of Latin America’s strongest economies, yet recent efforts to reduce national debt have resulted in an ongoing recession and led to growing poverty across the country. Today, rapid inflation contributes to increasing...