Lee Edwards will see his idea and dream of profoundly remembering the victims of Marxist-Leninism become a reality.
Loneliness is killing us. Ben Sasse’s “Them” addresses a growing health crisis today—loneliness—and the effect of loneliness on individual and communal health, as well as contemporary politics.
Curiously, the “Philadelphia Nun Provision” sits at the genesis of today’s charitable tax deduction
The Atlas Network shows how nonprofits can seamlessly support those in need, without the involvement of government and red tape.
When remembering Martin Luther King, we should remember his identity as a scholar and professor—and the role that liberal education played in his life.
Mackenzie Scott, while giving out billions of dollars at an impressive click, is starting to ask very smart questions about philanthropy.
The Pascale Sykes Foundation has spent its years focused on Southern New Jersey—learning the specific needs of the region, and responding accordingly. Here’s what we did.
Malcolm Gladwell’s critique of university endowments is not misguided, but it fails to ask some key questions.
There were certainly some big mistakes along the way, but Carnegie’s advice to philanthropists is not without merit.
Elise Westhoff’s stance on woke philanthropy from the helm of The Philanthropy Roundtable carves out space for donors who want to oppose today’s “woke” fads.