Here’s a quick quiz: who gives a larger relative percentage of their income to charity: the wealthiest or the poorest Americans?
A New York City nonprofit has found a creative way to reduce the amount of office space it needs, enabling it to rent vacant space to other charities while retaining the office for the future.
If you built a network of entrepreneurs scattered across the country, would they use it?
Grant Family Farms in Colorado, the nation’s largest community supported agriculture (CSA) program, declared bankruptcy. Some say it grew too big too fast.
Nonprofits now have access to a new human resources pool: thousands of skilled workers willing to work for $10 an hour.
Many nonprofits across the country have a lot of success with charity runs, but such events are often limited by the weather conditions. That’s not a concern for this popular Kansas City, Mo. race.