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The 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...
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The billionaire Bill Gross and his wife, Sue, often turn to programs featured on '60 Minutes' or spontaneously write checks to unsuspecting people in dire financial straits.
$62-Million for Indiana Graduates
Conservative and liberal groups alike say the proposed changes would stifle legitimate political activities essential to the democratic process.
The founder of a financial company told Jazz at Lincoln Center that it could offer another benefactor the chance to promote its name, possibly for twice as much as the...
The tax agency is right to clarify muddy rules, but its approach overly restricts legitimate efforts to educate voters and encourage them to go to the polls.
The United States was first among the 135 countries surveyed in helping strangers and third in volunteering.
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As a growing number of baby boomers reach their 60s, nonprofits are putting more energy into soliciting bequests and other similar donations.
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.