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 13, 2017
The nonprofit is aiming to channel its swelling coffers and membership ranks into a national direct-action movement. Also, a fire-safety charity takes heat for seven-figure executive salaries, and hospitals worry that replacing Obamacare will undo a drop in charity-care costs.
March 01, 2017
Also, pharmaceutical firms defend steep price hikes as necessary to subsidize drug-donation programs, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art's director resigns under pressure.
February 28, 2017
Also, Jewish nonprofits are hit by another wave of bomb threats, and Harvard's investment chief shakes up management of the world's wealthiest endowment.
February 24, 2017
Critics say the AIDS Healthcare Foundation is straying from its mission by using its resources on a campaign to limit property development in Los Angeles. Also, Israel denies a work visa for a human-rights nonprofit's researcher.
February 22, 2017
Midsize organizations are finally rebounding from the recession, and online giving remains a bright spot, according to the annual study by fundraising-software company Blackbaud.
February 15, 2017
A University of Cambridge study examines key characteristics of breakout fundraising and awareness efforts like the ice-bucket challenge. Also, a major science publisher reaches an agreement with the Gates Foundation on "open access" research.
February 03, 2017
Also, a Maine couple make their second $100 million art donation to a collegiate museum, and the Clinton Foundation assesses its finances and future in the Trump era.