A new study from the American Bible Society shows that “Practicing Christians” and “Bible Users” remain more generous than non-religious Americans—and that this trend held steady through the pandemic.
Generosity, love of place, and local commitment: this is a recipe that can save America’s small towns, revitalize its places.
Obsession with numbers and metrics does the philanthropist—and his grantee—no favors.
The Supreme Court’s 6-3 decision in Americans for Prosperity v. Bonta marks an essential defense of donor privacy and, more importantly, civil society.
Crushed under so much turbulence and division, civil society today needs its friends.