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As more states legalize gay marriage, nonprofits see a source of new money — but some donors say they have been put off by a lack of sensitivity by some charities.
- New Executive Director Promotes Life-and-Death Conversations
- Program Grooms Racial and Ethnic Minorities to Lead Gay Organizations
Leaders of other cultural institutions are watching the experiment at the Cleveland Museum of Art with interest.
- $50-Million Gift Aids Creative-Writing Students
- 2 Nonprofits That Tell Compelling Stories Win Honors
The two music producers gave $35-million each to start a program to help students become entrepreneurs.
- Businessman Gives $110-Million to Help Graduate Students
- Education Charity Grows by Aggressively Seeking Government Aid
The Audubon Society and a nurse have figured out a way to calm Alzheimer's patients and lift their spirits.
- Not All Charities Win in $4.5-Billion BP Settlement
- An Environmental Group Studies What Donors Want
Charities learn that creating meaningful ways for athletes to connect with a cause and enlisting retailers to boost giving can increase revenue.
- AmeriCares Leader Expanded Health Care at Home and Overseas
- $160-Million Bequest Goes to Yeshiva U.’s Medical College
John Wood, founder of Room to Read, says by talking about solutions and taking creative approaches to getting publicity, his charity hopes that by 2015 it will have reached...
- Stop Putting So Many Strings on Gifts to Global Charities
- Chinese University Gets $100-Million and Help Raising More
David Eisner, who led AOL's foundation and the Corporation for National and Community Service, is the new leader of Repair the World.
- New Leader of Bible Society Turns to New Media
- A Leader Aims to Spur Giving to Catholic Causes
Darren Sandow, head of the Hagedorn Foundation, is helping the $31-million fund on Long Island become a leader in the immigration debate.
- Bank of America Offers Support for Both Leaders and Charities
- Group Weaves Jewish Themes Into Training for Social-Justice Leaders
The mission of the Girl Scouts is to serve young people. Whether its staff changes and affiliate reorganization are good for all employees is irrelevant, say three leaders of...
- State Cuts May Force an Arizona Day Care Center to Close Its Doors
- Girl Scouts Workers Are Upset Trustees Haven’t Examined Complaints