Religious organizations make us more charitable, but they provide a more basic benefit: giving individuals a social identity.
The strangeness of Elon Musk’s statement explaining his Twitter purchase exposes the strangeness of billionaire “philanthropy.”
What motivates the “philanthropy” of billionaires?
As it turns out, the wealthiest Americans are not doling out their fortunes in vast percentages.
You may feel the need to cut costs, but don’t be caught up into thinking that donor acquisition is the place to cut back.
Stay tuned for a new series from American Philanthropic and Philanthropy Daily—”Fundraising When Times Are Bad”—to help you navigate today’s recession.
Backyard beers and barbecues foster not only merriment but also our “mystic chords of memory.”
In the wake of Dobbs, the pro-life movement has a tall task before it: keeping donors engaged while waging battles in each of the fifty states.
Loneliness is killing us. Ben Sasse’s “Them” addresses a growing health crisis today—loneliness—and the effect of loneliness on individual and communal health, as well as contemporary politics.
It’s the “digital age” but direct mail still works. We might even see a “golden age” of direct mail.