Advocates now face a bigger job than they did two years ago helping "dreamers" achieve temporary legal status.
The Long War on Poverty
Grant makers are increasingly pouring money into projects that work with poor parents and their children.
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Amazon’s practices seem at odds with the goals of many charities, so they shouldn’t help the company sell its wares.
$50,000 for Israel
Among the 10 new grants posted today: $50,000 from the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation to the Yerucham Foundation to build portable cement shelters next to apartments and other buildings in Israel without underground shelters. Search The Chronicle's database of more than 38,000 grants.
Latest survey results support trend of declining volunteerism and growing loss of trust in public institutions.
Let’s apply social networking concepts to how we help social-service groups and others care for a fast-growing part of our population.
University of Southern California researchers acquire data at local level to better identify specific communities’ needs.
Company investigated in New York for fundraising practices and conflicts of interest debuts as Innovairre, backed by same owners and investors.
Hairy holiday campaign is designed to raise awareness of skin cancer in a country where many people are at risk.
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In Our New Issue
Hartford Symphony music director Carolyn Kuan and other charity leaders discuss the ways they help without ever explicitly mentioning a donation.