The demand was there.
Traditional treatments for PTSD, such as talk therapy and medication, do work for some veterans. But service dogs can make a difference when those methods fall short.
A former student at a therapeutic boarding school, who is now a scholar, explains why she believes a growing outcry is making a difference.
Civics education is not boosting youth voting, volunteering or even scores on academic tests about government – and may be related to QAnon support.
The first survey of its kind in 15 years also indicated that the number of couples in which one partner makes decisions about giving for the whole household is rising.
Despite evidence that cash payments can help improve well-being, they have limitations as well, according to a development economist.
Two scholars of philanthropy and geography who reviewed the numbers see cause for concern about the agility and priorities of grantmakers during a crisis.
Arts organizations have been particularly hard hit, but many may benefit from new sources of emergency government funding.
In some cases, big donors are supporting higher education to support a philanthropic strategy that includes racial and economic justice.
Whether they are single or married, giving as a group or on their own, women express their generosity in distinct ways.
The Texas electric power market is designed to give energy companies incentive to sell electricity at the lowest possible cost. That focus helps explain why it collapsed during a historic cold wave.
Members of the nation's four Black sororities, including Vice President Kamala Harris, commit to lifelong acts of service for their communities.
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.
With the COVID-19 pandemic making inequalities worse, has the time come to make sure all interns are paid?
COVID-19 kept many scientists from doing field research in 2020, which means that important records will have data gaps. But volunteers are helping to plug some of those holes.
A food policy researcher helps make sense of the lexicon of US food policy terms, and explains how they relate to racial justice.
The number of people assisted by food banks had been growing over the two decades before the COVID-19 pandemic. Today, these nonprofits are facing even more demand.
Professors explained how the topics they research are being affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and racial injustice in real time and as history unfolded.
Nicknaming a lake, planning your route or simply seeing a 'Welcome to your park' sign can help visitors feel more like a public place is their own to some degree.
While declaring bankruptcy, the gun group confusingly said it was in great financial shape.