The CEO of the Edward W. Hazen Foundation says urging foundations to support programs that ameliorate injustice instead of attacking the causes will never achieve a truly just society.
Nonprofits that are at the vanguard of advancing nationalism donât deserve philanthropic support, write two leaders of advocacy groups.
Charitable interests aligned with corporate corporations indifferent to the plight of the American worker are seeking to suppress discussion about the long-term sustainable level of immigration, writes the head of the Colcom Foundation.
All of us should expect nonprofits, philanthropists, and the media that covers them to rely on accurate data, provide complicated context, and invite public scrutiny, writes a philanthropy scholar.
The head of the Center for Immigration Studies discusses why he believes the U.S. should extend a “warm welcome” to immigrants â but admit fewer of them.
Plus, see the race and gender of the leaders of the top 100 charites.
Michael Thatcher says the organization developed a new rating system that will go live in July.
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Readers respond to a column and share alternative ways nonprofit workers can help one another and advance the common good during the Covid-19 crisis.Â
Dan Porterfield also talks about everyday people who are stepping up to make a difference as new challenges arise due to Covid-19.