An annual study by The Chronicle reveals the compensation of more than 400 leaders at big charities and foundations, including 18 who topped $2-million.
The donation from Gerald and Ronnie Chan shows growing interest in finding advanced techniques to help reduce the risks that make people sick.
Podcast: What's The Big Idea?
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...
Nicholas Kristof, whose book A Path Appears will be released next week, talks about why more people don't give to relieve poverty and the importance of marketing for nonprofits.
$10-Million for Paid Internships
Among the 10 new grants posted today: $10-million from the Yawkey Foundations to Boston University to start a paid nonprofit internship program. Search The Chronicle's database of more than 38,000 grants.
Don Howard is noted for his work on "pay-for-success" projects and has been an activist on HIV and other health issues.
Mary Bonauto, a lawyer who has been working to legalize same-sex marriage, is among the winners, who will each receive a $625,000, no-strings-attached award.
Efforts to fight childhood hunger and help poor women over 50 gain financial security won money from the federal program.
The organization is the largest yet to accept gifts in the digital currency.
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The fundraising craze brings new money, but also new legal and ethical concerns.
Charities should woo people under 35 today if they want reliable streams of revenue in the coming years, even though they won't see big returns for a while.