The nonprofit world is abuzz with language that reveals what’s on the minds of people working to promote the common good. Here's the list for 2013. Do you agree? Share the own ideas.
Letters to the Editor
- Don’t Coerce Medical Clinics to Charge for Services
- What’s Wrong With 'Strategic Philanthropy’
- Widespread Denial Allows Charity Scams to Flourish
Awards to media projects are now the seventh most popular casuse, just behind science and technology.
When charities become victims of embezzlement and other crimes, the blame too often goes to the media for exaggerating the problem or to unscrupulous investors or employees.
Instead of debating differences in policies, activists increasingly raise questions about conflicts.
As Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley make big pledges to steer capital to social services, nonprofits need to be concerned that private profit is replacing public and...
The tax agency is right to clarify muddy rules, but its approach overly restricts legitimate efforts to educate voters and encourage them to go to the polls.
Popular obsession with market-based approaches overlooks the fact that different mechanisms are needed to serve different purposes.
It isn't just ethical but a smart financial move because the "carbon bubble" is about to burst.
The deluge of gifts, counseling, and cleanup workers doesn't focus on what matters most—bringing people together to set a new course for the region's health and...