The digital age transformed how charities solicit donations. Now, live streaming, cryptocurrency and NFTs are doing the same.
Charities may face questions about taking bitcoin gifts that they wouldn't face with donations in other forms, like cash or stock.
The hardline government might need the groups to provide basic social services. But it's also likely to fear their human rights advocacy.
When zoos and aquariums closed their doors because of COVID, they still had to cover the cost of feeding and caring for animals.
As many Americans celebrate Easter and Passover, religious institutions are still dealing with interruptions due to COVID-19.
Even volunteer work has gone remote. That approach has made it easier for more people to join in.
Individual donations and corporate philanthropy have helped the Belcourt’s bottom line.
As we head into a holiday season like no other, what is the best way to help those in need?
Britain weighs the economic cost if charities go bust.