Advice for protecting the people you serve while telling their stories and determining who "controls" a story.
The online challenge has VIPs and many others pouring ice water over their heads to raise money and bring attention to a devastating disease.
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Ashley McCumber seeks ways to jump-start the imaginations of people who can afford to give big.
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$3-Million for Science Education
Among the 10 new grants posted today: $3-million from the Lilly Endowment to Children's Museum of Indianapolis for an exhibition on science and space exploration. Search The Chronicle's database of more than 38,000 grants.
The money will go to community groups working on relief or on warning people in rural areas about the dangers of the disease.
The Direct Marketing Association says its new tool for measuring fundraising performance is reliable because it uses data that are independently audited and submitted to the...
Dan Pallotta, the event organizer, wants to change the public's perception of how nonprofits should spend money on executive pay, fundraising, and operations.
No identifying information is included, but academics hope they can use the data to help others struggling with problems like bullying and depression.
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Jeff Comfort's ability to attract sizable planned gifts is due in part to his skill as an "active listener."