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Small transgender groups face barriers to funding

by Leila Goldstein Jun 24, 2019
Some foundations will only support organizations with budgets of at least $1 million. Intermediary funding groups are bridging that gap.
LGBT activists rally in support of transgender people on the steps of New York City Hall last year.
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Election 2020

In crowded field, 2020 candidates scramble more for donors than for donations

by Kimberly Adams May 7, 2019
In a crowded field, Democratic presidential hopefuls are scrambling for attention.
A candidate's podium during the 2016 presidential debates.
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Presidential candidates, and would-bes, size up their war chests

by Amy Scott Apr 15, 2019
New fundraising numbers are due today.
People wait to hear U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) speak to supporters at Brooklyn College on March 02, 2019 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. Sanders, a staunch liberal and critic of President Donald Trump, is holding his first campaign rally of the 2020 campaign for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination in his home town of Brooklyn, New York.
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Nashville bans schools from online fundraising

by Shalina Chatlani Apr 10, 2019
In Nashville, the school district has put a ban on online fundraising for classrooms.
Despite teachers' continued reliance on crowdfunding sites, Nashville has decided to put an and to the practice in their schools.
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Can the internet save Congress from “call time”?

by Kimberly Adams Mar 4, 2019
Members want to rely on recurring small-dollar online donations to avoid spending time “dialing for dollars.”
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There is more proof some very big money is behind the midterm elections

by Kimberly Adams Oct 15, 2018
More women are contributing money, and more of that money is backing female candidates.
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Running for office? Perfect the art of the ask

by Kimberly Adams Sep 25, 2018
It takes money to run a campaign and first-time candidates have to learn how to ask for it.
Campaign stickers, buttons and other materials for first-time Democratic congressional candidate Vangie Williams. Williams is a first-time candidate running in Virginia's first congressional district. One of the many things first-time candidates have to learn is how to ask for money.
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GOP donors are revitalized by Republican successes

by Renata Sago Jan 31, 2018
Today is the deadline for congressional candidates to file year-end finance reports with the Federal Elections Commission. So far, it’s been a record-breaking fundraising year for Republicans. Click the audio player above to hear the full story. 

Crowdfunding for your life

by Paulina Velasco Jun 23, 2017
The online safety net may not be without its gaping holes.
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How celebrities choose their causes

by Adriene Hill Feb 24, 2017
Backing a political or social issue is often an exercise in branding.
Leonardo DiCaprio accepts the Academy Award for Best Actor for his role in the "The Revenant."
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