Read the transcript of an online discussion on how job applicants can increase their chances of being hired and how nonprofits can recruit the best candidates.
In 30 years at the charity his grandfather founded, Steven Hilton has overseen enormous growth in its assets and grant-making programs, especially overseas aid.
The Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado manages people who give time with the same attention as those who give money.
Bita Daryabari found success in Silicon Valley, but her Iranian roots inspired her to help women in the Middle East and to start a social-services charity for immigrants to...
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$17-Million for Research
Among the 10 new grants posted today: $17-million from the Pershing Square Foundation to Harvard University to study factors that influence human behavior. Search The Chronicle's database of more than 38,000 grants.
Turning to a former manager with longtime ties to its founding family, the Heinz Endowments has named Pittsburgh Foundation leader Grant Oliphant as its new president, the...
As government cuts back, research that could save people from dying of cancer, diabetes, and other diseases is at risk unless philanthropy steps in.
View a video discussion on how to use Google Hangout to get feedback and ideas from people you serve.
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A study of more than 5,000 groups finds that many nonprofits, like the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Nashua, N.H., are trying to broaden their sources of funds in the wake...
The share of first-time donors who give again is dropping precipitously, forcing many charities to think of supporters more like customers who need careful attention.