In the first episode of The Chronicle's podcast What's the Big Idea, Allison Fine interviews the author Brigid Schulze about why work has become overwhelming for so many people and how nonprofit leaders can ease the burden for their staffs.
The departing leader of the Santa Fe Community Foundation says community funds should be leaders in an effort to democratize philanthropy.
Join us on Wednesday, August 6, at noon Eastern time when a panel of experts will answer your questions about the "cryptocurrency."
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$25,000 for Sub-Saharan Africa
Among the 10 new grants posted today: $25,000 from FedEx to Project Hope to improve health and quality of life in sub-Saharan Africa. Search The Chronicle's database of more than 38,000 grants.
The loss of more than $5-million at Greenpeace should send a message to all nonprofits about how to recover from a messy scandal.
People of color account for no more than 16 percent of staff at conservation and preservation organizations, including government agencies.
Catch up on trends in fundraising in a conversation recorded at the 2014 Fundraising Day in New York last month.
The anonymous pledge is part of a $1-billion drive for the Knight Cancer Institute.
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Echoing Green, which helped groups like City Year get their start, awarded 55 fellowships, including one to the founder of the Urban Death Project.