March 22, 2017
Groups aiming to change how New York funds human services says the state has fallen $1 billion short over six years in covering the cost of contracted programs. Also, small and midsize public radio stations ramp up major-gift fundraising, and arts advocates bring new urgency to their annual lobbying day on Capitol Hill.
March 21, 2017
The charity has seen a surge in donations since becoming a poster child for Trump administration budget cuts, but it is focusing less on fundraising than on educating the public and policy makers about its programs and effectiveness.
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 20, 2017
Rafat and Zoreen Ansari hope their new institute at the University of Notre Dame will build partnerships among people of different faiths to work on social ills like violence and poverty.
March 17, 2017
Anti-hunger advocates say immigrants who are eligible for federal assistance fear drawing the attention of immigration officials. Plus, a donor's ex-wife sues a university, saying donations were hidden assets during her divorce.
March 16, 2017
Nonprofits working with migrants said they would hasten to resettle refugees as judges held up President Trump's revised restrictions on U.S. entry. Also, a million-acre land gift to expand Chile's park system moves forward, and the New York Philharmonic lures a leader from its Los Angeles counterpart.
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.