As tech companies continue to invade user privacy to collect profit, a nonprofit offers a secure, high-privacy alternative.
The innovative Cristo Rey Network of schools met the challenges of 2020 with aplomb, closing a major fundraising campaign ahead of its $31.5 million goal.
Here’s looking back at our best content from a busy year.
Quarterly charitable sector performance reports tell an important story: Americans remain a generous people, even in trying times.
The American Council of Trustees and Alumni released the Intelligent Donor’s Guide to help donors give wisely to institutions of higher education.
Private foundation grants directly to individuals increased nearly 500% in 2020 from 2019. Foundation Source is facilitating this process to streamline grants to individuals.
In 1925, a donor left two paintings to the city of Plainfield, New Jersey. A judge had to determine whether or not the city could sell the paintings, or if that violated the donor’s will.
Universities should use gift agreements to preserve donor intent—and to best serve the interests of the university.
Impersonal donor communication is harming nonprofit success and growth. On the latest Givers, Doers, & Thinkers, Jeremy Beer and Gabe Cooper discuss how nonprofits can be more “responsive” to donor interests—and make their work more interesting in the meantime.
Ohio State University is undergoing criticism from Jeffrey Moritz for drawing endowment fees out of his father’s $30 million endowment gift and failing to fulfill the gift’s intentions.