March 30, 2017
The company is also taking a page from the playbook of crowdfunding sites like GoFundMe and expanding its features to allow fundraising for personal reasons.
March 29, 2017
Also, a federal grand jury indicts a former Texas congressman accused of steering charitable donations to personal and political use, and Harvard research suggests how companies can gain from boosting customer and employee involvement in corporate giving.
March 27, 2017
Also, one of Facebook's first employees donates $75 million to boost data science at his collegiate alma mater, and affluent soon-to-be spouses put a charitable spin on registering for wedding gifts.
March 22, 2017
Other notable awards include $50 million from Google.org to support tech-based education programs and $3 million from the Walmart Foundation for anti-hunger programs in Texas.
March 21, 2017
The "Radiant Earth" effort will gather and analyze satellite imagery for use in tackling humanitarian and environmental issues. Also, inside looks at how Charity: Water deploys data to boost fundraising and why the head of the Metropolitan Museum of Art was forced out.
March 20, 2017
Also, promises by the Trump Organization and the president's inauguration committee to donate certain proceeds have yet to yield documented gifts, and Mr. Trump's budget proposal spurs a spike in giving to Meals on Wheels.
March 15, 2017
Other notable awards include $10 million from the ALSAM Foundation to the University of Arizona’s pharmacy school and $2.2 million from the Charles Koch Foundation for criminal-justice research at Penn.
March 14, 2017
The Internal Revenue Service penalized "alt-right" leader Richard Spencer's National Policy Institute for failing to file tax returns for several years. Also, bomb threats alter daily life at Jewish community centers, and the White House solicits reporters' advice on donating President Trump's pay.
March 10, 2017
Spending on salaries and travel by Florida campuses' fundraising affiliates comes in for legislative scrutiny. Plus, public-broadcasting leaders face a fight for continued federal funding, and a hedge-fund veteran brings high-velocity trading to his family philanthropy.
March 09, 2017
A school-choice option built on tax credits and touted by the president carries big financial benefits for wealthy donors, according to a new study. Also, a maker of grants-management software secures $16 million in venture capital, highlighting investor interest in nonprofit tech.