The Enron Family Philanthropies

The crimes of Ken Lay and Jeff Skilling have helped focus attention on their equally misguided use of philanthropy for personal gain. Cohen shows the dark side of these “generous” benefactors, their misuse of philanthropy, and how some nonprofits were happy to go along.

Welcome | Summer 2000

Welcome to our second national issue of the Nonprofit Quarterly. This issue debuts our new special departments. We have developed this section in response to readers’ requests that we cover topics of constant interest to nonprofit managers: fundraising, governance, financial management and accounting, human resources, advocacy and the spirit of our work. Our coverage of these topics will, of course, focus on the innovative and the provocative. These articles will also be of practical use in your everyday work.

The Digital Divide

Peter Miller, Dirk Slater, and Candy Taaffee orient readers to the defining issues (access, training, and content) and the associated strategies.