March 29, 2015
One in five teenagers wants to start a charity, and many have already done so.
Gender pay equity is a bigger issue for nonprofits than for the rest of society. It’s time to take a stand.
Four people ages 20 or younger who are already changing the world.
Lack of staff and hard-to-read academic studies, plus the risk of alienating donors, often get in the way.
A nonprofit gives farmers small loans and other advice they need to strengthen their businesses
Research findings to make appeals stronger and help avoid common pitfalls.
Ditch gender stereotypes and communicate in "microbursts," experts say.
An array of donors have provided $17-million to a new effort to reinvent teacher training so it's more like a medical residency.
Donors need to offer more flexible types of support and let nonprofits lead the way if they expect more groups to merge.
Smile Train raised a lot of money when it offered donors a chance to avoid future appeals, but the group dropped the scientifically proven technique so it could do more to reach out to supporters.
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The New York Pops
Purdue Research Foundation
Horizon Behavioral Health
Global Fund to End Slavery
The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
Women's World Banking
Meridian Public Charter School