Here are some articles, research, and policy papers about South Asians and/or philanthropy. SAPP plans to analyze and compile the lessons of these various resources in an upcoming white paper and independent research study.
AAPIP. “Growing Opportunities: Will Funding Follow the Rise in Foundation Assets and Growth of AAPI Populations?” Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy (June 2007).
Ahuja, Sarita et al. “Arab, Middle Eastern, Muslim and South Asian Communities in the San Francisco Bay Area,” Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees and Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy (2004).
Ahuja, Sarita. “Emerging Opportunities: Giving and Participation by Silicon Valley Asian American Communities,” AAPIP (2012).
Ajailiu (“Ajai”) Niumai, “Philanthropy and Indian Diaspora in the 21st Century,” presented at the AHRC/CRONEM (Centre for Research on Nationalism, Ethnicity and Multiculturalism) Conference 2009 at the University of Surrey, UK.
Ajailiu Niumai, “Indian Diaspora Philanthropy: A Sociological Perspective,” Man in India (March 2009).
Anand, Priya. “Hindu Diaspora and Religious Philanthropy in the United States,” Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society, New York.
Bakshi, Nishita and Barnett F. Baron, “Enabling Indian Diaspora Philanthropy,” Give2Asia (2011).
Blake, S. et.al. New Philanthropy Capital.
Bornstein, Erica, “The Impulse of Philanthropy,” Cultural Anthropology (November 2009).
Burbridge, Lynn C. et al, “The Meaning and Impact of Board and Staff Diversity in the Philanthropic Field,” Joint Affinity Groups (JAG) (2002).
Chao, Jessica. “Asian-American Philanthropy: Expanding Circles of Participation.” Chapter in “Cultures of Caring: Philanthropy in Diverse American Communities,” Washington: Council on Foundations (1999).
Charle, Suzanne. “Engaging Asian America: Opportunities and Challenges – A Report on the Asia Society’s Wallace Foundation LEAD Grant,” Asia Society (2004).
Development Alternatives Inc. ”The Collaborative Venture Analysis Facility Design,” with Tata Consultancy for USAID (2003). A study of US-Indian partnerships in development, particularly in the NGO sector.
Dhingra, Pawan. “Managing Multicultural Lives: Asian American Professionals and the Challenge of Multiple Identities” (Stanford Univ. Press 2007) (particularly Chapter 7 on civil society).
Dusenbery, Verne A., and Darshan S. Tatla (eds.), Sikh Diaspora Philanthropy in Punjab: Global Giving for Local Good (Oxford Univ. Press 2009).
Explore.org, NGO Profiles from India (documentary photos and films about philanthropic work) (ongoing).
Forum of Regional Associations of Grant makers.“Giving Together A National Scan of Giving Circles and Shared Giving”
Hewlett Foundation and McKinsey & Co. “The Nonprofit Marketplace: Bridging the Information Gap in Philanthropy” (2009).
Ho, Andrew T. “Asian American Giving Circles: Building Bridges between Philanthropy and Our Communities,” Council on Foundations and ARNOVA (2008).
Immigration Policy Center. “The New Electorate: The Growing Political Power of Immigrants and Their Children” (2008).
Independent Sector. Giving and Volunteering by Race/Ethnicity, Giving and Volunteering Research Clearinghouse (an on-line bibliography).
“Investing in Ourselves: Giving and Fund raising in India,” Asian Development Bank, 2002.
Junn, Jane et al. “Asian Americans and the 2008 Election,” National Asian American Survey (NAAS) (October 2008).
Kulabkar, Pankaja. “For-profit Sector and Philanthropy: Comparative Study of India and the United States,” ISTR Sixth International Conference (July 2004).
Kumar, R. Gopa ed. “Indian Diaspora and Giving Patterns of Indian Americans in USA,” Asia Pacific Philanthropy Consortium.
Lopez, Mark Hugo. “Civic Engagement Among Minority Youth,” Center for Information & Research on Civic Learning & Engagement (CIRCLE) (2002).
Mata, Fernando, and Don McRae, “Charitable Giving Among the Foreign-Born in Canada,” JIMI/RIMI Vol. 1, No. 2 (Spring 2000).
Mehta, Krishan and Patrick Johnston. “Diaspora Philanthropy and Civic Engagement in Canada: Setting the Stage.” The Philanthropist Vol. 24 No. 1 (2011). (Part of a special issue on diaspora philanthropy and civic engagement.)
Mobilize.org, “Democracy 2.0: Millennial-Generated Change to American Governance” (2008).
Mottino, Felinda and Eugene D. Miller. “Pathways for Change: Philanthropy Among African American, Asian American, and Latino Donors in the New York Metropolitan Region,” Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society, New York (2005).
Najam, Adil. Portrait of a Giving Community: Philanthropy by the Pakistani-American Diaspora (2006).
Osili, Una. “Do Immigrants Free Ride more than Natives?” (2009)
Pakistan Centre for Philanthropy. “Philanthropy by Pakistani Diaspora in the USA” (2005).
Rink, Patricia. “Cultures of Giving: Collaborating Across Communities of Color to Advance Philanthropy,” W.K. Kellogg Foundation (2006).
SAALT. “Building Community Strength: A Report about Community Organizations Serving South Asians in the United States” (July 2007).
SAALT. “Demographic Characteristics of South Asians in the United States” (2001).
SAALT. “Washington DeSi: South Asians in the Nation’s Capital” (July 2009).
SAALT and Asian American Federation. ”A Demographic Snapshot of South Asians in the United States” (February 2012).
SAJA FORUM. “The South Asian Philanthropy Project: Q&A.”
Saxenian, AnnaLee. “Silicon Valley’s
New Immigrant Entrepreneurs.” Public Policy Institute of California (1999).
Sheth, Arpan. An Overview of Philanthropy in India. March 19th, 2010.
Sridhar, Archana. “An Opportunity to Lead: South Asian Philanthropy in Canada.” The Philanthropist Vol. 24 No. 1 (2011). (Part of a special issue on diaspora philanthropy and civic engagement.)
UBS. “AInsights into UHNW
Family Philanthropy in India.” UBS AG, 07 November, 2011.
Viswanath, Priya, and Noshir Dadrawala. “Philanthropy and Equity: The Case of India,” Harvard Global Equity Initiative (June 2004).
Vogelsang, Gardon, Taveras, Wilson. Social Catalysts: A Case Study of 15 Successful Diversity Focused Funds.
Wall Street Journal, Livemint.com.