It may sometimes be a good idea for policy-oriented givers to consider supporting those on the other side of an otherwise-overarching ideological divide or with another worldview.
Michael E. Hartmann talks to the president of The Center for Effective Philanthropy and author of “Giving Done Right: Effective Philanthropy and Making Every Dollar Count.”
Introducing our new blog for independent analysis and commentary about philanthropy and giving.
Phil Buchanan’s “Giving Done Right” offers practical advice to grantmakers during times of radical outcry.
Michael E. Hartmann talks to the cousins leading a family group protesting the Surdna Foundation’s violation of Andrus’ donor intent.
Pillars of establishment philanthropy—including GuideStar and Charity Navigator—should be subject to increased scrutiny because of what went on at SPLC and their reactions to it.
Policy-oriented groups are making the most of IRS regulations so they can bargain with both the government and their donors.
A recent study examined whether “thoughts and prayers” are substitutes or compliments to material help.
Given recent attention to the Federalist Society, policy-oriented donors can learn some underappreciated lessons from the Society’s early philanthropic support.
Hans Speier’s career and thought provide some penetrating insight into the roots of modern philanthropy’s anti-democratic tendencies — and the relationship between knowledge and power.