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.
Needs will continue in Haiti and New Orleans – and for Afghan refugees – long past the point when most donors will have found new priorities.
Australians love mass sporting events and raising money for charity. Under COVID, these activities have taken a major blow.
The investor has already given half of his $100 billion fortune to charity and he has pledged to disburse nearly all of the rest.
Winners of a new gender-equity contest do an array of work that includes helping caregivers and trying to reduce intimate-partner violence.
When white philanthropists made large gifts to these schools in the 19th century and early 20th century, many insisted upon a vocational focus for Black higher ed.
Nonprofits rarely get money they are free to spend on any purpose.
Perth’s Fringe World is being critiqued, again, for accepting sponsorship from Woodside Petroleum.
Giving $100 to a favorite charity costs less than that for the roughly 8.5% of Americans who use this tax break.
By not attaching any strings to the money, championing representation and generally taking care to respect nonprofit leaders, she’s following five best practices.
News about how little income tax some of the richest Americans reportedly pay is adding to questions about the value to society of their massive charitable donations.
Behavioral economics, long employed in grocery stores to guide customers to certain products, could be employed by food banks and pantries to encourage healthier choices.
It takes time and money to create large scale sculptures. A new exhibition of works in cast concrete is testament to a remarkable philanthropic project.
Our preoccupation with the personal relationships of big donors is overshadowing charitable efforts.
Women’s philanthropy, which has always been very important, has remained invisible for a long time. There are many reasons for this paradox.
Two scholars of philanthropy and geography who reviewed the numbers see cause for concern about the agility and priorities of grantmakers during a crisis.
Whether they are single or married, giving as a group or on their own, women express their generosity in distinct ways.
In the 19th century, Purim became an occasion to hold fancy dress parties, the proceeds from which were given to charities. These parties helped American Jews gain a standing among the elite.
While support for social services and historically black colleges and universities rose sharply, these donors spent a tiny fraction of what the government distributed to people who needed help.
We should challenge government defunding of universities, and greater reliance on private donations that can affect the transparency, equity and democracy of public institutions, including hospitals.