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.
But international money transfers can be tricky. Ukraine is also accepting help in the form of cryptocurrency.
The oddness of that amount may be part of the reason why.
Charities may face questions about taking bitcoin gifts that they wouldn't face with donations in other forms, like cash or stock.
Early numbers show that people are giving more than in previous years to places like food banks, housing groups and mutual aid networks.
As we head into a holiday season like no other, what is the best way to help those in need?
Several cybercrime groups are trying to brand themselves as ethical. But it's hard to know a hacker's actual motivation in any particular case.
With companies matching social justice donations, employees are crowdsourcing to increase contributions
Over the last two weeks, social justice organizations have raised $600 million dollars, according to one nonprofit.
Amazon says it'll stop destroying unsold goods in the U.S. and the U.K., and donate them instead.