In Oregon, a ten-year-old nonprofit dealing with issues of incarcerated people and their families has closed its office.
When does the personal blog of a nonprofit or philanthropic leader cross the line into being unacceptable?
In a precedent-setting move, Facebook has placed a donate button on its home page to raise money for three charities working on Ebola.
If you are an orchestra CEO who plans to lock the musicians out, maybe you should also start sending out resumes.
An environmental group has gathered thousands of signatures in support of removing conservative billionaire David Koch from the board of Boston’s preeminent public broadcasting station.
Lots of rich people give multimillion-dollar grants, but how many of them do so in a way that respects the knowledge of those on the ground?