Among the many voices speaking out yesterday on the Boy Scout proposal due to be brought up for a vote today was talk show common-sensical guru Dr. Phil.
When is a private nonprofit not private? To what extent should it be required to disclose internal information to the general public, including the media?
In the face of the Great Recession, one way nonprofits such as universities can attract and reward donors is by naming buildings after them. If state governments can sell those buildings off to private investors, it could breed “uncertainty” among investors.
Major weather disasters in the U.S. have increased from an average of two per year in the 1980s to more than ten per year since 2010. The Center for American Progress has uncovered that the damage they cause is in excess of $80B a year.
The House Oversight committee found no White House ties, but plenty of fault that they could assign to IRS mismanagement. Unfortunately, there’s scant evidence of political will to address the underlying problems in the IRS controversy: the agency’s rampant mismanagement in the Exempt Organizations unit and serious problems with the review and approval process for 501(c)(4) social welfare organizations. But now the EO Division head’s choice to take the Fifth has overshadowed it all.
San Diego nonprofit Computers 2 SD Kids is bridging the technology gap in local communities by connecting low-income families with refurbished computers.
As media entities nationwide work double-time to solidify their place for the future, the Detroit Free Press has announced a new partnership with nonprofit Bridge Magazine that looks to the past.
Will the presence of women at the billionaires’ table alter the world of charitable giving?
Numbers for nonprofit-built homes have declined year-over-year since 2010. Is there a demand for lower-income homeownership opportunities that’s going unmet?
There was a feel-good moment for philanthropy in Cleveland on Sunday when Peter Lewis gave the commencement address at Case Western Reserve University.
A billionaire donor may have had a chilling effect on a pair of documentaries.
Most nonprofits dream, at some point, about that endowment that would ensure their stability from year to year. But endowments aren’t for every nonprofit. This article walks the reader through their up and downsides.
The widow of Apple founder and impresario Steve Jobs is now the ninth-wealthiest woman in the world. Fortunately for all of us, she has an eye toward charitable giving.
Are corporations changing from the inside? Shareholder proposals continue to crop up in major corporations, often prompted by nonprofit activists, but evidence of voluntary changes adopted by corporate shareholders is still lacking—particularly for proposals calling for corporate disclosure of political spending.
We follow up on a story from earlier this year that’s shown a turn for the better.