Descendants of Surdna Foundation founder John E. Andrus have charged that the foundation has drifted very far away from the founder’s vision.
Number of donors, retention rates and smaller gifts all decreased.
This help is often given in kind rather than in dollars and cents. Without it, these migrants might have nowhere to go and nothing to eat.
This crowdfunding platform has empowered hundreds of thousands of teachers across the country.
A recent survey reveals that Americans are expecting too little from their communities and too much from a distant central power.
In the past few years, several mega donors have used LLC’s as their giving vehicles, and now the Arnolds are joining this move away from traditional philanthropy.
Foundation Center and GuideStar join forces to become a new nonprofit entity named Candid.
The increasing prevalence of 501(c)(4)s is shaping the political landscape.
Philanthropists should learn from the late John Bogle’s humility and localism. Because of his selfless business decisions, we had one less billionaire philanthropist and millions more middle-class givers spread throughout the world.
If fighting poverty is philanthropy’s primary task, then foundations and donors ought to take note of the high economic and moral damage done by insidious occupational licensing laws.