Foundations and nonprofits are spending so much time talking about the ice-bucket frenzy and not nearly enough about healing racial and political divisions.
Letters to the Editor
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Documentary filmmakers offer a lesson for all charities: Provoke serious thinking about social issues by using interactive games.
As newspapers cut back, fewer journalists are asking the tough questions that can keep philanthropy accountable.
Instead of debating differences in policies, activists increasingly raise questions about conflicts.
Fundraisers need to consider how donors think about politics, family, and results.
Seven foundations are announcing today a plan to award at least $15-million to jump-start projects that promote better openness about what works.
Ford’s CEO says in a letter released today that lack of constructive criticism is his biggest challenge. So let’s give him and other leaders what they need.
Nonprofit leaders should do all they can while lawmakers are at home to promote tax breaks that encourage donations.
Journalists too often rely on Hollywood stars to decide which charities are worthy of coverage.
Many grant makers keep turning to safe investments with predesignated results, but a few are breaking out of that mold.