The Philanthropy 400
Giving to the nation’s biggest and most popular charities grew by more than 10 percent last year, fueled largely by affluent donors who are reordering the top ranks of America’s nonprofits.
- Read a free summary of the special report, search the full list to see details about specific organizations, see which charities' donations grew and dropped the most last year, and see which groups are new to the list this year.
The tension between philanthropy and charity can benefit both worlds. We would do well to revitalize a partnership between the two.
How Top Charities Attract Donors
Carol Wheeler’s giving to The Arc is relatively new, but she’s already asking friends to contribute, too.
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$1.5-Million for Older Adults
Among the 10 new grants posted today: $1.49-million from the Pfizer Foundation to Grantmakers in Aging to make local neighborhoods better places to live for older adults. Search The Chronicle's database of more than 38,000 grants.
Part of the money will go toward developing and manufacturing medevac units to extract medical workers safely from the affected areas.
Grants from Fidelity account holders have grown by 27 percent from January to September, signaling what could be healthy year-end giving.
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Donor-advised funds and community foundations see a surge in donations, especially from people in their 50s and 60s.
Maggie Walker says it’s inspiring to learn what other donors are doing.