Nina Glinski writes for Bloomberg that the rich giving to already-rich institutions is warping our understanding of so-called philanthropy.
The majority of staff at the Red Cross has no faith in leadership and 40% do not have faith in its ethics.
A carefully thought through means test will be used to divide up certain types of business between for-profit and nonprofit veterinarians in Idaho.
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.
For many localities both here and abroad, local partnerships with government have been pivotal in establishing and maintaining art museums. Will we all live to regret that?
The One Fund should be noted for its lack of major turmoil in distributing the money raised for those affected by the Boston Marathon bombing.