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A nonprofit mounts an opposition to Facebook-owned WhatsApp

As tech companies continue to invade user privacy to collect profit, a nonprofit offers a secure, high-privacy alternative.

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Voluntary associations and American civil society

Civil society does not exist at the permission of the IRS. It is essential to the health of our democracy.

Cristo Rey Network exceeds a major campaign goal, even amidst the pandemic

The innovative Cristo Rey Network of schools met the challenges of 2020 with aplomb, closing a major fundraising campaign ahead of its $31.5 million goal.

Charitable giving is the lifeblood of social capital, according to Mike Lee

And he wants more of it to flow, and from more people.

Spotlight

Distracted by distraction: how to work remotely in uncertain times

More of us are working from home than ever before, with distraction near at hand. How do we work remotely well?

Shutting the revolving door of development turnover

Development departments suffer from a “revolving door.” Quality staff cycle in and out—for understandable reasons—stagnating growth and hurting donor relationships. Nonprofit managers and directors need to prioritize retaining top talent.

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A tax policy for the common good: renew the CARES Act’s charitable tax deduction permanently

The 2020 CARES Act offered average taxpayers a $300 above-the-line charitable deduction. This should be extended permanently, for the sake of the common good.

Philanthropy Daily in 2020

Here’s looking back at our best content from a busy year.

3 things every fundraising director should do to start the new year

Q1 is here, so it’s time to look ahead. This is what every fundraising director should do to start the new year.

American generosity continues apace, even in 2020

Quarterly charitable sector performance reports tell an important story: Americans remain a generous people, even in trying times.

Charity and unpredictability

It is the role of charity to keep alive the memory that man is created in the image of God.

Four tips for major gifts fundraising at your hospital

Major gifts fundraising may seem oblique if you are new to it. Here are four tips to help your hospital or medical center launch a major gifts effort.


Giving Review Blog

A conversation with American Awakening author Joshua Mitchell (Part 2 of 2)

The Georgetown University professor talks to Daniel P. Schmidt and Michael E. Hartmann about philanthropy as a supplement to justice, our commitment to liberty, and trusting the “deplorable” to govern themselves.

A conversation with American Awakening author Joshua Mitchell (Part 1 of 2)

The Georgetown University professor talks to Daniel P. Schmidt and Michael E. Hartmann about what identity politics has done to charity and philanthropy.

Carnegie’s midnight confession

The appropriate context within which its eugenic past should be considered.

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