Expertly deflating the pretensions of those who would make fundraising a bureaucratic and esoteric profession, this book takes on the creeping trend of professionalization in philanthropy.
Number of donors, retention rates and smaller gifts all decreased.
Reviewing Timothy P. Carney’s “Alienated America.”
A recent survey reveals that Americans are expecting too little from their communities and too much from a distant central power.
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.
In our extremely polarized age, this is a very good piece of news.
A recent study examined whether “thoughts and prayers” are substitutes for or complements to material help.
Add the name of one more victim to our ongoing Culture Wars: Charity.
Including different facial expressions in fundraising pitches can change how people respond, research suggests
A look at the research behind what some sociologists have called an “epidemic of loneliness.”