A Chronicle study of 313 organizations found that leaders of the wealthiest charities and foundations fared less well than they did in last year's survey, when their pay rose by nearly 4 percent. Read the full report.
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- Interactive: Executives Who Made More Than $1-million
The Charitable Deduction
A look at economic research shows that tax incentives do play an important role in giving decisions.
Against the GrainView more >>
A study of more than 5,000 groups finds that many nonprofits, like the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Nashua, N.H., are trying to broaden their sources of funds in the wake of...
- A Son’s Cerebral Palsy Leads His Father to Become a Charity CEO
- Cornell U.’s President Named to Head Smithsonian
- N.Y. and D.C. Nonprofits Plan New Hiring and Raises
- Nearly Half of All Nonprofits Plan to Add Jobs This Year
A campaign to promote volunteerism on TV shows reached prime time in a recent episode of "True Detective."
- Obama Budget Would Support Anti-Poverty Efforts and Early-Childhood Education
- White House and Congressional Budget Plans Battle It Out Over Charitable Deduction
- Nonprofits and Taxes: Key Proposals
- Community-Action Groups Survive Political Storms
Ideas & Advice
The Y is focusing on healthy living, social responsibility, and youth development to appeal to supporters.
- Y Seeks Revenue by Helping Americans Prevent Diabetes
- Fear of Losing Foundation Support Makes Charities Leery of 'Failing Fast’
- Charities Learn to Test Ideas Fast and Polish Them Later
- Community Funds Ask Local People to Set Giving Priorities