One year after the shootings at an elementary school in Newtown, Conn., some states have tightened gun laws, but more studies are needed to continue the momentum.
Join us on Tuesday, December 17, at noon Eastern time for a live online discussion to learn what nonprofits are doing to help employees at the bottom of the income ladder.
War on Poverty
Next year's 50th anniversary of the start of President Lyndon Johnson's signature program has sparked nonprofit efforts to shape debate on social programs for the vulnerable.
Year-End Online Giving Tracker
Use our tool to see how online giving is stacking up each day of November and December and to compare those numbers with 2012 and 2011.
$3-Million for Low-Cost Loans
Among the 10 new grants posted today: $3-million from Google.org to Kiva for a finance lab to use crowdfunding to provide low-cost loans to entrepreneurs, farmers, and students in poor countries.Announcements of grants can be sent to email@example.com.
Human services and disaster relief are chalking up some of the biggest gains this year, while organizations that focus on religion and health are lagging.
As Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley make big pledges to steer capital to social services, nonprofits need to be concerned that private profit is replacing public and...
The bipartisan agreement would make federal support to charities more steady and predictable but would do little to help the most vulnerable, say nonprofit leaders.
As a bankruptcy judge seeks help from some of America's wealthiest philanthropies, a group of private donors is stepping in to help pay pensions to retired government...
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Highlights From Our New Issue
Despite resistance by some nonprofits, a new book describes how branding can be a powerful tool when it's part of an organization's strategic planning.
A handful of big grant makers are pouring millions of dollars into efforts that apply new research to deal with pressing needs.
Bill and Sue Gross often support efforts they hear about on '60 Minutes' or spontaneously write checks to unsuspecting people in dire financial straits.