What does our world look like if the charitable sector is torn between embodied reality and virtual reality? Might nonprofits be uniquely positioned to be enduring champions of physical reality in this “meta-moment”?
Are you wondering what your donors are thinking? Here are five highlights from conversations with donors.
A conservative policy would be fair, efficient, and lead to an abundance of housing.
As adoption grows and market capitalization increases in the cryptocurrency world, crypto giving increases dramatically, as well.
Another effort to change tax policy on donor-advised funds has come to the House of Representatives.
A recent study shows that trust in nonprofits—as well as government, media, and business—is down. Here are some ideas to fight that trend.
Colleges and universities are increasingly beholden to ideologies that suppress free speech and promote monocultures. The Alumni Free Speech Alliance and its affiliate groups exist to disrupt those monocultures.
Our national parks are one of our nation’s greatest treasures, but they need caring for. Private philanthropy can help.
Even as life for Blacks in America has improved since Dr. King’s day, racial disparities remain. Philanthropy can help to remedy those disparities.
Have we stopped to think about what it actually means to be a “Four Star Charity?” Or whether the criteria by which these charities are judged are actually . . . good?