September 21, 2017
A group criticized Google; then it was exiled by its parent organization. Experts offer tips on how think tanks and other nonprofits can avoid similar situations.
September 20, 2017
Plus, JPMorgan Chase commits $40 million to create economic opportunity in two Chicago neighborhoods.
September 19, 2017
Corporate philanthropy increasingly takes its cues from "employee resource groups," which get direction from individual staffers passionate about charitable causes.
September 18, 2017
Also, storm recovery is vastly different for rich and poor. In other news, impact investing is rising fast thanks to millennials; political events replace charity galas at Trump properties; neurological research says giving really does make people feel good; Humble Bundle brings in $100 million for charity; and the Holocaust Museum finds itself at the center of a debate on the Syrian civil war.
September 15, 2017
New data shows that the ACLU, Southern Poverty Law Center, and other groups that have been prominent in fighting the president’s policies have been big beneficiaries of those gifts.
September 14, 2017
Also, faith groups play an integral role in disaster recovery in coordination with state and federal agencies, and Time profiles the immigrant billionaire who has made one of the biggest gifts for hurricane relief. In other news, Phillip Morris commits $1 billion for anti-tobacco efforts; mid-Manhattan library gets $55 million; and Chicago's South and West sides get $40 million commitment.
September 12, 2017
In this segment from the Business of Giving, Maurice Jones of the Local Initiative Support Corporation talks about joining forces with nonprofits, for-profits, and governments to build housing, provide social services, and more.
September 06, 2017
Plus, Facebook matches up to $1 million for storm recovery, CenterPoint Energy is committing $1.25 million for hurricane relief, and the 100Kin10 network is offering at least $1 million for New York organizations to improve STEM instruction.
August 31, 2017
Also, the House GOP is mulling a spending bill that would include a $1 billion cut to Harvey relief in order to fund President Trump's border wall, and a Red Cross leader says he doesn't know how much of the money raised for hurricane relief will go to direct aid.