Expert says the Texas case cited by the Centers for Disease Control may convince donors that the government needs help dealing with the virus.
Live Video Q&A
Join us on Friday, October 3, at 1 p.m. Eastern time for a live video discussion with the organization's president, hosted by Chronicle podcaster Tony Martignetti.
The wealthy Silicon Valley philanthropist is teaching a free online course at Stanford and wants to reach people of all incomes.
The fundraising craze brings new money but also new legal and ethical concerns.
- Legal Experts Weigh Regulations Best Suited to Crowdfunding Sites
- How Charities Can Avoid Legal and Reputation Risks of Crowdfunding
$125-Million for Road Safety
Among the 10 new grants posted today: $125-million from Bloomberg Philanthropies to improve road safety around the world. Search The Chronicle's database of more than 38,000 grants.
One in five foundations compensates board members, according to the Council on Foundations.
A coalition pushing foundations to divest from fossil fuels has generated momentum in its first year but has yet to recruit a top-25 foundation.
With corporations hesitant to give, foundations focusing elsewhere, and donors preferring to support direct services, little money goes to groups working to prevent abuse.
An invitation-only gathering in Washington focused on how to tackle problems that have arisen due to changing demographics.
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Two longtime donors have given $1.5-million to supplement the salary of the institution's chief advancement officer.