Setting up emergency funds, readying crisis communications, and building ties with local officials can help your organization before the next disaster strikes.
Inside the IRS Scandal
The disclosure that the Internal Revenue Service singled out applications from conservative advocacy groups seeking tax-exempt status for extra scrutiny has raised questions about the agency’s ability to regulate charities. See updated coverage of the controversy.
Charities learn that creating meaningful ways for athletes to connect with a cause and enlisting retailers to boost giving can increase revenue.
Donors cite current overhead costs as proof that nonprofits already spend too much on administration, apparently oblivious to their own role in pushing up the very costs they...
As the Boy Scouts of America's board is expected to announce results of a vote to change its ban on gay members and leaders, see what's at stake.
Today's Must Reads
Lois Lerner, who oversees applications for tax-exempt status, said she did not hide anything from Congress about the tax agency's efforts to single out conservative groups...
But grant makers didn't increase their spending on aid to minorities and the vulnerable, the National Committee on Responsive Philanthropy has found.
Low-cost loans and other financial tools that advance a grant maker's mission grew from 1990 until the mid-2000s but dropped off after the recession started, a study found.
Young people are much more likely to rank giving highly than older Americans, according to a study of people with at least $3-million in assets.
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The F.B. Heron Foundation has attracted attention with its effort to put all of its investments and grants into projects and companies that fight poverty.
As more states legalize gay marriage, nonprofits see a source of new money — but some donors say they have been put off by a lack of sensitivity by some charities.