Third places are necessary for our individual and civic health. If we want to rebuild our social fabric, that should guide our giving habits.
As much a matriarch as a monarch, the queen’s passing raises significant questions about the future of Britain.
You want your donors and prospective donors to know what your organization really is—and to remember it. That’s what branding is for.
Working alone, localism can mitigate some of the effects of larger root causes. In a thicker community, there would be fewer Cannells, because there would be more “preventative care.”
Like it or not, the Gig Economy is staying—and growing. If you want your organization to thrive, you need to embrace it.
American charitable giving persists through sluggish or recessive economies and surpasses preceding levels when the economy recovers.
Warren Buffet’s mega estate—$90 billion and counting—is poised to flood the abortion movement.
There is broad consensus that when it comes to foreign funding of nonprofits and universities, transparency is more important than privacy.
Backyard beers and barbecues foster not only merriment but also our “mystic chords of memory.”
As fund managers continue to invest assets in companies whose values run opposed to their investors, individuals will seek out new ways to invest their resources.