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 sustainability.
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Foundation money is crucial to reverse the encroachment of false and negative political messages that are eroding the democratic process.
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.
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.
Nonprofits aren't the only groups promoting good causes. Social entrepreneurs, businesses, and geeks are doing the same, and each has its pros and cons.
Foundations can serve as incubators of new ways to finance public-works projects that create jobs, like the Port of Miami Tunnel.
Charities are telling people to pay less attention to how much money goes to programs, but that can raise concerns in donors' minds when they hear about well-publicized...