As demand for online privacy grows, author Doc Searls says nonprofits have a lot to gain by making it easy for donors to give through a standard, simple tool instead of their own.
Join us on Friday, October 3, at 1 p.m. Eastern time for a live video discussion with the organization's president, hosted by Chronicle podcaster Tony Martignetti.
Face of Philanthropy
Doctors Without Borders has more than 1,850 staff members working in countries where Ebola has been spreading.
Echoing Green, which helped groups like City Year get their start, awarded 55 fellowships, including one to the founder of the Urban Death Project.
Nonprofits get advice on how to hire people who can analyze information and get inspiration from a proven advocate.
Grant Makers started by entrepreneurs could offer some valuable lessons to established philanthropies with legacies to protect.
Podcast: What's the Big Idea?
Amy Sample Ward, chief executive of NTEN, explains why nonprofits should be concerned about the FCC proposal to allow premium Internet “fast lanes.”
Podcast: Fundraising Fundamentals
Show your passion, always mention your connections to the company, and avoid letters of inquiry, says the president of the Wells Fargo Foundation.
Podcast: Making Change
Charity leaders can take steps to motivate staff and volunteers to work hard for their cause.