Creating high-level jobs and setting a strategy for reaching people through social media, smartphones, and other technology are increasingly essential.
Letters to the Editor
- Donor Trade-Offs Include Support for Amenities vs. System Change
- Data Are ‘Problematic’ in Giving Report
- Letter to the Editor: Column on Hershey School Was ‘Factually Inaccurate Portrayal’
Foundations and nonprofits have made a huge difference; now they are poised to do even more.
For more than two decades, the $12-billion organization has faced accusations of wrongdoing, but government and others do little.
Instead of debating differences in policies, activists increasingly raise questions about conflicts.
Lack of good journalism about nonprofits and strong professional training at business schools and elsewhere perpetuates dangerous myths.
Too many projects are doomed before they start because grant makers are unrealistic and shortsighted.
A little-noticed new rule could add new money for administrative expenses to government grants and contracts charities receive.
A tragic but important lesson from the Paris attacks is that comedy gets across a message that makes a difference.
Prominent contributors to our opinion pages in 2014 dispel myths, encourage risk-taking, and discuss the best ways to criticize donors, among other topics.
By saying he would veto a measure to extend three important giving incentives, the president thwarted important Congressional action.