An investigation by NPR and ProPublica finds that the American Red Cross has been overselling the proportion of its donations devoted to services.
Nina Glinski writes for Bloomberg that the rich giving to already-rich institutions is warping our understanding of so-called philanthropy.
From Susan G. Komen to the San Diego Opera and the Market Basket chain, the new communications environment allows diverse groups of stakeholders to organize for common cause much more quickly than might have been possible in the past. This is potentially paradigm shifting for boards.
I am thrilled today to call your attention to a timely article by Vernetta Walker of BoardSource. Here, she takes up the responsibility of boards in guarding and promoting the reputations of their organizations as one of the organization’s most critical assets.
There is little more frustrating to me than seeing nonsense published as guidance to nonprofits or donors.
The library in Ferguson was beautifully true to its mission through the difficult days of response, and donations flowed in from all over the country.