Fans of the late actress are calling on Americans to donate $5 or more to animal charities on Jan. 17, 2022, which would have been Betty White’s 100th birthday.
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.
Big donors need to balance their ambitions to address injustices with the constraints on power that democracy requires.
The informality and the speed can be helpful in emergencies. But it’s hard to make sure that money raised in a hurry is used in accordance with what donors expect.
Giving away stock that has soared and that the donor has owned for at least a year makes the biggest dent in what share the IRS takes.
These photos tend to oversimplify the issues that cause poverty and the suffering of poor people in low-income countries.
Stanford researcher Lucy Bernholz is re-imagining what philanthropy looks like and is trying to understand how average people create, fund and distribute shared social goods in the digital age.
When staff members learn how to acknowledge and talk about their social differences, nonprofits can get better at developing strategies, forming alliances and mobilizing people, a recent study found.
Little comprehensive research about what the charitable accounts, known as DAFs, are supporting has been conducted until now.
Two film crews comprised of Latino and Black cinematic arts graduate students made short films to counter vaccine fears in both communities.
America’s love-hate relationship with guns is reaching a new level.
The people in charge of museums may lack the requisite expertise to manage non-fungible tokens, and the upside is far from guaranteed.
Zakat, or charity, is a fundamental practice within the Islamic faith.
Combining the UN’s expertise and global reach with Musk’s wealth and revolutionary problem-solving could make a difference, a world hunger expert argues.
Decades of data indicate that over time, the foundations gave less to the founder’s own community and religious causes. But the share of their donations supporting social movements rose.
Of the big pledges so far at the UN climate conference, cutting methane could have the most immediate impact.
Muslims also gave more to causes tied to relief from economic and health problems that arose during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Asking for input is more common than letting stakeholders help set a foundation’s priorities or giving them any say where grant money flows.
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.