A new study adds to a body of work that casts doubt on the wisdom of the standard rulebook many donors expect charities to follow.
Congress tends to be most likely to act after an assassination or assassination attempt of historic proportions or mass shootings. But sometimes lawmakers do nothing beyond debate new measures.
After studying this #MeToo problem for years, two researchers have drafted a toolkit to help nonprofits address it.
The group, founded in 1871, didn’t try to smother virtually all gun control efforts until the mid-1970s.
The 2022 federal budget implements long needed regulations to support the charitable sector.
About 1 in 4 Americans with diabetes who need insulin struggle to pay for this lifesaving drug.
Efforts to make donated food as healthy as possible backfire if the recipients throw it out.
A study of 3,000 companies found a correlation between local ‘social capital’ – which measures such variables as voter turnout and census response rates – and more women on corporate boards.
Nine agencies, most of them faith-based, are resettling Afghan evacuees in the US. But the system is under strain.
So much went wrong with the homes built by the Make It Right Foundation that its low-income homebuyers were deprived of the financial security they were promised.
The government makes the information nonprofits report on this form available to the public, enhancing transparency and accountability.
The lack of racial and ethnic diversity among nonprofit leaders could make it hard for their organizations to achieve their goals.
Informed data donations are different from the usual online data experience. They’re easier to manage because of technological advances.
America’s love-hate relationship with guns is reaching a new level.
The Chronicle of Philanthropy’s latest ranking indicates that the coronavirus and heightened awareness about racism made a difference, but not necessarily a lasting one.
A diagnosis of metastatic breast cancer means having cancer for the rest of one’s life – a situation with very different needs and concerns compared to earlier stages of the disease.
The producers are recasting the show as a documentary. The original version would have done more harm than good for the causes being showcased, two scholars argue.
The announcement didn’t use the word ‘divest.’ A legal scholar explains why that shouldn’t matter.
Achieving widespread immunity to COVID-19 through vaccination requires as many people as possible to get their shots, including those who object or haven’t bothered.
Portions of the internet disappear every day. Preservation of this historical record requires a proactive approach by archivists and everyday citizens.