Funders interested in supporting intellectual diversity should pay attention to the ideas of social psychologist Jonathan Haidt, and academic organizations doing their part to encourage alternative points of view.
If you really want to fight poverty, you need to start by listening to (and respecting) the poor.
“The SPLC,” staffers would joke, “Making hate pay.”
As local civic associations dwindle, Americans lose essential democratic habits needed for self-governance.
We should remember Julius Rosenwald’s philanthropy and his accomplishments at Sears, Roebuck if we are to properly assess his place in American history.
After 25 years leading Pew Charitable Trusts, Ms. Rimel leaves behind a transformed organization and a questionable record on donor intent.
The Foundation is planning to spend itself out, but it’s not clear how much of its billion-dollar endowment is being spent and how much is being transferred (with much of its staff) to a partner nonprofit.
The attorney general of Washington state sued largest thrift retailer in the world with what amounts to deception and acting like a fake charity.
What the Panera Cares failure shows is that community cafes work as long as people understand they’re charities, not businesses.
In the midst of civil war in the Central African Republic, boy scouts are arguably more effective than peacekeepers.