Little stories of good neighbors and random acts of kindness… read more
A major emphasis of the Women’s March was the leaders’ urge for protesters to join and support nonprofits: “Join every group,” said filmmaker Michael Moore on stage. “Let’s make these groups huge.” … read more
To become a better grant maker, rethink everything… read more
Charity-run social group will combat loneliness… read more
Fraudsters use sham UK charity appeals to steal money via emails, social media… read more
It’s praiseworthy to be a philanthropist, in the largest sense of being someone who loves and serves his fellow man, right? Or is that so only up to a point? Are there those who do so much that it’s a sign not of virtue but of some sort of mental or moral derangement?
Our social contract roots forever privilege the individual, on the one hand, and the state, on the other, which is why institutions in between, like foundations, seem to have a somewhat tenuous legal and constitutional status…
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