A scholar of national service programs points out that the government hasn’t spelled out what this one will cost, what its participants will earn or how it will operate.
Botanizing is the practice of observing and appreciating plant life. Two plant scientists explain how it benefits people and the planet.
With Morocco, there’s stronger bureaucracy, and in Libya, authorities are weaker. But, as a scholar who has worked in both countries explains, the results are the same: not enough aid getting through.
When unions amass large sums of money to parcel out to workers, it can give them more leverage in negotiations with employers.
Citizens are helping refugees get settled in the US, but the lack of standard federal rules makes the process tricky for both refugees and citizens to navigate.
When people taking part in 22 pilot programs across the US got free fruits and vegetables, their health improved.
Founded in 1959, the membership group Trout Unlimited has changed the culture of fly-fishing and mobilized members to support conservation. Could its approach work for other social problems?
Shelter dogs get a new shot at life through a college course that teaches them how to be faithful companions once again.
Two economists calculated that the Paycheck Protection Program saved more than 450,000 nonprofit jobs in the first six months after the pandemic was declared.
A nationally representative survey found that the share of nonprofits aware of their right to support or oppose legislation has fallen by more than half in the past 20 years.
Emphasizing self-sufficiency in fundraising pitches can increase charitable donations, a marketing scholar has found.
Massachusetts is establishing the first US green bank dedicated to sustainable affordable housing. Three experts in climate finance explain why better housing can help rein in global warming.
The new museum opened at a time when the teaching of Black history is under attack by conservative politicians.
Donors’ sentiments expressed on Twitter became more cheerful before they made a gift to support Wikipedia, researchers found.
Some of the biggest changes to child labor laws are in Iowa and Arkansas.
Today’s short-term missionaries continue a long legacy, but in a very different way.
Giving receded as many Americans saw their purchasing power decline, straining household budgets.
Soros’ giving has revolved around the concept that people thrive in open societies because they can freely express themselves.
Georgia authorities have filed charges against Network for Strong Communities trustees. The nonprofit opposes the Atlanta Public Safety Training Center, which protesters call ‘Cop City.’
College students learn about people who have dedicated their professional lives to reducing the threat of violence – and their successes and failures.