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The leaders discuss very different approaches to responding to one of their cause’s biggest media moments.
The private-equity firm purchased half of Toms in a move aimed at speeding growth of the social enterprise that pioneered the model of for-profit philanthropy with its giveaway of a pair of shoes to a needy child for each pair sold, Bloomberg and The New York Times write.
Learn more: Listen to a podcast from The Chronicle's archive offering an inside look at Toms Shoes and its founder.
Journalists too often rely on Hollywood stars to decide which charities are worthy of coverage.
Advice for protecting the people you serve while telling their stories and determining who "controls" a story.
$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.
Lou Gehrig is nearly absent from the buzz around the viral fundraiser, which is exactly how the ALS Association wants it.
See a daily tally of gifts from the popular online campaign and how many new donors it's attracting.
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...
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Jeff Comfort's ability to attract sizable planned gifts is due in part to his skill as an "active listener."