More businesses are asking us to "round up" for charity. How much change does it take to make change?
Research finds more people will agree to round a purchase up for charity than give a whole dollar. The reason: It hurts less.
Even volunteer work has gone remote. That approach has made it easier for more people to join in.
Nonprofits and online fundraisers have seen an uptick in donations since stimulus checks started appearing in bank accounts.
Generous Giving is urging a move away from doctrine to appeal to a wider donor base.
Nearly one-third of food prepared by restaurants and grocery stores winds up as waste, according to data cited by the Environmental Protection Agency. It can be awkward and costly for restaurants to coordinate transport of their surplus food to shelters or food banks, but food delivery companies like Postmates and DoorDash have started offering restaurants […]
David Fahrenthold of the Washington Post explains where the charity's money came from and where it's headed.
New tax laws have changed how much of a tax break you might get for giving to charities and causes. Those changes are worrying some non-profits that need your end of the year gifts, especially to help provide human services. But if you really want to give, and get a tax break, you can find […]