Face of Philanthropy
Workshops in a former Massachusetts mill town train young people to write and inspire them to go to college and become leaders.
Live Coverage: SXSW Interactive
Follow Twitter updates from our staff in Austin, Texas, as we cover nonprofit-focused sessions at the 2014 SXSW Interactive Festival.
Mark Horvath, whose video interviews of homeless people have a large online following, won a Dewey Winburne Community Service Award at the 2014 SXSW Interactive festival.
Join us on Wednesday, March 12, at noon Eastern time for a live online discussion on free or low-cost tools that can help you organize, run, and raise money for your...
$150,000 for Climate Advocacy
Among the 10 new grants posted today: $150,000 from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation to CEL Education Fund to gather support for renewable energy and new climate-change policies among Latinos. Search The Chronicle's database of more than 38,000 grants.
Sites that raise lots of small gifts online are bringing in billions for charities, but they have drawbacks. Here’s how they could help nonprofits and donors more.
The president’s plan also contained proposals on spending that would affect AmeriCorps, early-childhood education, and other programs of interest to nonprofits.
As Americans lose faith in nonprofits, government, and corporations, they won't have the trust to invest their charitable dollars.
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Highlights From Our New Issue
The Scaling Marketplace makes it easy for foundations to collaborate to contribute large sums so high-performing charities can expand their programs.
Big data are changing the way charities make decisions about programs, solicit contributions, and push for social change.