A viral GoFundMe page set up by Trump supporters to raise money for the president’s border wall raises questions about the significant overlap between philanthropy and partisan activism.
Add the name of one more victim to our ongoing Culture Wars: Charity.
Barbara Jonas leaves a worthy legacy of philanthropy.
The question of donor intent is not simply, ‘What would our founder have done?’ but rather, ‘How do we implement our founder’s vision today?’
The wonky nonprofit dispute over DAFs has spilled onto the Grey Lady’s august pages, and it suggests that the momentum is only building on the issue.
Since the passage of the GOP tax bill, nonprofits have been scrambling to find how they figure into the new regulatory landscape.
Michael Bloomberg is missing the point: what we need right now is not more data, but more debate.
Last week, popular video gamers helped raise over $2.7 million for St Jude’s. Is the gaming world showing signs of social consciousness?
Grateful to Rubenstein’s philanthropic commitment to our civic spaces, it’s incumbent upon us to ask why his brand of charity is so rare right now.
Prince William suggests a shift in British philanthropy.