For the second time in a row, donations rose by 10 percent or more. The growth was powered in part by big campaigns like Harvard's drive to raise $6.5-billion.
- Money Raised by Colleges, 2014 Fiscal Year
Lobbyists are gearing up to press their case with Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch and other congressional leaders over tax legislation affecting nonprofits.
- How Much Major Nonprofit Players Spend on Lobbying
Organizations should be grateful to their hardworking board members, but too often those trustees overreach and can have a negative impact on decision making, especially true when it comes to marketing, design, and communications.
$67,560 for Hospice Patients
Among the 10 new grants posted today: $67,560 from the McLean Contributionship to the Visiting Nurse Association of Greater Philadelphia to enable hospice patients to communicate with their friends and family using video-conferencing technology. Search The Chronicle's database of more than 38,000 grants.
A nonprofit advocate today won a victory in his battle to force the tax agency to make information about tax-exempt groups more accessible.
The Chronicle takes a lighthearted look at how the two teams’ owners, foundations, and fans match up in a hypothetical contest over who gives the most.
But the organization cites a variety of factors, including the possibility of higher interest rates and a weak stock market, in warning of a likely decline this year.
While contributions last year to donor-advised funds exceeded the amount given away, grants made from the accounts grew at a faster rate.