The organization has found itself well prepared to respond immediately to controversies thanks to an improved strategy for advocacy efforts.
The group posts a feature on its blog, Facebook, and Twitter each day highlighting legislation and political activities that affect women's health issues.
The state's effort to rein in salaries of $199,000 or more is considered among the toughest actions taken by government officials.
Heritage Community Initiatives nearly collapsed under debts and bad management, but after firing its chief executive and focusing on the essentials, it is making a remarkable...
Indiana University hopes that by 2015, 75 students will be enrolled in the program, which aims to groom nonprofit leaders to be strong managers and thinkers.
When charities blend their missions into fundraising events, like walkathons and "artathons," they often attract loyal and generous supporters.
Fifteen wealthy philanthropists are adding millions of dollars to the coffers of the Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation, which helps entrepreneurs turn ideas into high-impact...
The Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation places foundation employees on the boards of the groups it supports so it can help build a governance system that works for the long...
The Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation, founded by two venture philanthropists, has helped organizations like Kiva, Room to Read, and Little Kids Rock shoot from ideas into global prominence.
Total assets are 10 percent higher than in 2007, and signs of growth in 2012 are strong as some funds swell to the size of the nation's biggest foundation.
Companies are setting up donor-advised funds to further executives' personal charitable interests or make grants much like a corporate foundation would.
Administrative fees for 75 of the largest donor-advised funds.
The company and its workers are coming under growing pressure from local charities to demonstrate their generosity.
More than 3,000 groups have mastered the art of seeking gifts of $1,000 or more by working with a consultant determined to help all organizations compete with colleges,...
Get donors interested in a cause first by taking them on tours and showing how a group really works, says the Benevon consulting firm.
Salaries grew just 1.5 percent, according to a study by the Association of Fundraising Professionals, and many fundraisers are looking for better-paying jobs.
Depave recruits volunteers to transform parking lots and other spots to green spaces that beautify communities and reduce runoff of pollutants into streams and rivers.
Earl Lewis will take over for Don M. Randel, who is retiring.
Patrick F. Cadigan, a retired businessman, donated $15-million to Boston College and $12-million to Boston College High School.
Afshan Khan's long experience working with foreign governments will be an asset to a group that provides women in war-torn countries with vocational training and education in...
Fred W. Fields also left more than $25-million to a dozen universities and other nonprofits.
She was a founder of the National Council of Nonprofits and the Alliance for Nonprofit Management, two organizations that serve charities throughout the country.
Sandra P. Guthman and Nikki Will Stein are stepping back after leading the organization for more than two decades.
The prolific donor offers advice on philanthropy and business in a new book, and looks to the future.
Signers of the Giving Pledge, who promise to donate at least half of their wealth, want to find ways to make profits and do good, the Economist reports.
Taking audacious actions to start new programs and raise more money helped some of the nation's most prominent nonprofits thrive in the Great Recession.
By giving money to donor-advised funds, grant makers have found a way to flout requirement on how much they distribute and disclose.
Reporters have come under criticism for questioning a powerful and respected nonprofit leader in Dallas, but without their efforts, nobody would have known about hundreds of...
A nursing home's threat to evict a vulnerable 75-year-old raises questions about why the charity deserves the benefits of tax-exempt status.
Charities need to improve the pay and benefits they offer to people who do challenging jobs, like providing home health care, nonprofit officials urge.