Is it ironic that at the very time when all we read about is strategic and highly rational philanthropy based on data and results, we would be surprised by a micro-trend like crowdfunding?
What presents itself as the best type of society for embracing different ways of life is in reality the beginning of the greatest uniformity.
Two former international businessmen are now working to rebuild the local food economy of Maine. Could their efforts serve as a model for foundations wishing to support localism and sustainable farming?
Benjamin Soskis writes on a new trend being considered by humanitarian groups: direct cash transfers to those in need…