For those organizations lucky enough to have an angel – either as a donor or as the glue that makes the organization run, it is important to plan for the moment when that person is gone – for whatever reason. Here are two situations that exhibit why.
Bloomberg Philanthropies is planning an investment of $17 million to build the digital capacities of museums internationally.
In the wake of an urgent call from the UN, the Gates Foundation has given a nation-sized donation to the treatment, prevention, and containment of Ebola.
Whether by the book or ad-hoc, the defining feature of successful boards is not the model but the people who make it work.
In a deal that will result in the 13th largest public garden in the United States, the Cleveland Botanical Garden and the Holden Arboretum, established within one year of each other in 1930 and 1931, have agreed to merge.
Ken Griffin and his wife Anne are getting a divorce and their Chicago-based foundation is likely to be closed.