Casting a wide net.
She probably should have known better, and sure seemed to have known so once.
Stephen R. Soukup’s straightforward explanation of increasing, and increasingly destructive, “wokism” in the country’s for-profit sector necessarily includes the role of some who are also in, and/or are acting through, the nonprofit sector.
The Center for American Restoration, the American Cornerstone Institute, and the Center for the American Way of Life provide additional options for ideas-driven, policy-oriented conservative givers to consider.
Lance Morrow’s new book provides an historically and religiously informed contextual overview for considering how money should be organized to do good.
Which may be permanent, and thus still relevant—including in the higher-education context.
The Bradley Foundation’s librarian has been doing it very well, and with a smile, for a quarter of a century.
A year-end collection of interesting and insightful thinking about grantmaking and giving.