In the final Storytelling Summer post, two questions on how people tell and consume stories now—and why a strong story transcends medium.
Interest in creating these hybrid positions, paid for by government and foundations together, has grown as money woes force states and cities to rely more on charities.
Special Report: Great Fundraisers
Ashley McCumber seeks ways to jump-start the imaginations of people who can afford to give big.
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Communications and Marketing
The leaders discuss very different approaches to responding to one of their cause’s biggest media moments.
$100,000 to Newsrooms
Among the 10 new grants posted today: $100,000 from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation to the American Press Institute to help newsrooms develop fact-checking policies and resist pressure from politicians. Search The Chronicle's database of more than 38,000 grants.
See a daily tally of gifts from the popular online campaign and how many new donors it's attracting.
Five charities will receive a total of $100,000 from the broadcasting company because fans met a "flock to unlock" challenge to release the "Red Band Society" online before...
Lou Gehrig is nearly absent from the buzz around the viral fundraiser, which is exactly how the ALS Association wants it.
The money will go to community groups working on relief or on warning people in rural areas about the dangers of the disease.
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Highlights From Our New Issue
To get a step ahead of the competition, charities use unconventional techniques to get names and addresses of people who might want to give.