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School districts mull how to spend surprise donations from MacKenzie Scott
"One moment, we had, like, $1,200 in this account, and then we had, like, $20,001,200."
Nonprofits turn to tech to court younger, more diverse donors
The digital age transformed how charities solicit donations. Now, live streaming, cryptocurrency and NFTs are doing the same.
Native-led nonprofit shows how pandemic is changing philanthropy
The fund aims to minimize paperwork and get grants out the door quickly to support community members.
An update on policy, corporate pledges to address systemic racism
Marc Morial, president and CEO of the National Urban League, on overhauling policing and how companies are fighting racism.
How helpful is the sell 1, donate 1 business model?
To have the greatest effect, in many cases, it’s better to donate money than a specific item.
How this independent movie theater reopened for in-person screenings
Individual donations and corporate philanthropy have helped the Belcourt’s bottom line.
Money for charity can languish in donor-advised funds. This couple wants to change that.
David and Jennifer Risher are challenging fellow philanthropists to give more of their money away.
How the president of the Ford Foundation would reimagine the economy
“We begin first by asking the question: Why is there so much inequality in our society?” Darren Walker says.
The psychology of giving
And why a thank you goes a long way.
We should treat inequality as injustice, says Ford Foundation President Darren Walker
"We're getting a distorted capitalism that does not produce shared prosperity," says Walker.