The 2013 Philanthropy 400
America's 400 largest nonprofits increased donations just 4 percent last year and say they expect 2013 to be flat, a Chronicle study finds.
- The Battle for No. 1 Charity Heats Up
- Charities Whose Donations Grew and Dropped the Most in 2012
$6-Million for Research
Among the 10 new grants posted today: $6-million from the Laura and John Arnold Foundation to Stanford University to strengthen the quality of scientific research worldwide. Search The Chronicle's database of more than 38,000 grants.
Search Grant Deadlines
People who give more than $100 to a charity are more likely to give again if an appeal includes data on effectiveness. Not so with donors who give less.
- University President’s Pay vs. Top Fundraiser's Pay: Columbia University’s Approach
- Charity Finesses Fundraising Efforts to Bring in Gifts for Tough Causes
- Alexandra Wheeler, Deputy Director for Development, Whitney Museum of American Art
- United Way May Urge Congress to Reverse Federal Charity-Drive Rules
Ideas & Advice
The reporter will write feature articles for the group's website and create lists and quizzes in hopes of drawing news-media attention.
- Online Giving Up 14% in 2013, Study Finds
- Fundraising Pay Passes the $1,000,000 Mark
- How to Lift Donor Loyalty: Advice From Experts
- Combining Financial Data and Emotional Message Helps Camp Attract Repeat Donors