A questionable donor-intent protection scheme is resulting in a lawsuit of Hillsdale College against the University of Missouri.
Donors and colleges can learn a few things from this philanthropic kerfuffle.
The latest report from Congress’ Social Capital Project lays the foundation for strengthening families, communities, and civil society.
Giving USA’s annual report on philanthropy for the year 2018 presents a complex climate for fundraisers and concerns for lovers of American civil society.
A lawsuit against Fidelity Charitable’s management of a donor-advised fund may begin to answer questions about the legal rights donors have over the these increasingly popular charitable vehicles.
Nonprofits can now take a survey to measure their performance and compare their fundraising programs against the highest performing organizations in their sectors.
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.
People are giving the gift of time through “time-based currencies” that strengthen voluntarism and civil society.
Bond trader-turned-writer and photojournalist of the “down-and-out,” Arnade has insightful lessons to share with philanthropists who are serious about helping the poor.
Harvesting gains from digital money by giving some of it away can be better for donors than the nonprofits they support.